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In tMcLsan county, where conditions aro somewhat? different from those of other counties, the corn acreage has increased mafrjr-laH- y, In nearly all the other districts there has been an increase In; tlie corn acreage. Tobacco In thl3 section ts resolving tho usual close attention. HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUJNE 16, 1911. was tha guest of Mrs. M. Reuder, this musical at Mr. Stevens', Tu- THOMPSON CASE ty HXecutfve full 'attendance the1 fjact VIEWED BY NEW YORKERS esday night was greatly enjoyed. Should be Placed in Hands of a Company who would Make it a Famous Resort. Recently we had a story id this paper about the strike of tho guides at Mammoth Cave. Tho Northern nowspapara have brad juuch to aay about Kentucky's Wonder, and the Morning Sentinel, of Amsterdam, N. Y., has the following. For a day or two last week Kn- A taeky'B great natural wonder, the Mammoth Cave, was closed on account ot a. strike of all the guides employed by the management. Matters wore epeodlly adjusted, however, and within 48 hours the falth-guides were at their posts and ready for duty. This Is said to Have been tho flrat time (that tho cave has been oloeed to the public since 1S0S. a period of 103 years. Thirty years ago thl3 wonderful exhibition ot tho handiwork ol nature was better adthough it vertised than It is surpasses In beauty, size and still grandeur all tho oaves that have yet been explored. Seme day, after the death of the last of the 11 nephews and nieces of Dr. JohnCroghan, who bequeathed the property to them at its death .many years ago, the property will bo sold and the proceeds therefrom will be divided among the ago, noire of the eleven. A few years eleven there wore hut three of the beneficiaries of Dr. Croghan's bequest alive. Should the cave fall Into the hands of a modem American citizen with sufficient, capital to advertise it and restore it to its pristine Slory as ono of ithe eight wonderal of fche world, It would easily become an resort, with golf links, fishing and boating and hunting, the year-- ' round- - It 1 a lamentable fact a large percentage of the that people who visit the cave are Euro-noan- 3 who visit America and have the "Mammoth Oavo of Kentucky" marked on their itinerary befone they leave their homes. But the main the fault lies with five failure ownora and managers to spend a single dollar In the form ot advertising during the past quarter of a century. Had the great taUs of Niagara been obscured from tho view of the world for 48 hours, or been held up by a strike, the fact would have been known in every city ot any sUe in the world, and oven in tho smaller oltios, village and hamlets whoro newspapers are published and read. But for the news ot the cave's strike. we had to await the arrival of Tho Glasgow Times, edited by 'James M. Richardson, within 19 miles of tho oarth'a great cavern. A number of the nave visited Amsterdamians Mammoth Cave on their trips to the K South, but of recent years few have stopped on their Journeys southwara Clndnmtatl and Louisville to from rSaea the marvelous sneno wwuimimuu t'ttojtiho puissancce of tho Ruler ot the ytjHttiVOTttd. to-daall-the-to-d- ay Hl Mchenry. Thero is a great deal of Juno slckneas here and there haw boon several deaths since last week. Mrs. Bdna Taylor and children, who y live near Rochester, vLilted here Sunday. and Miss Johnson, of Cromwell, is visiting her brother this, week. Mr. Robert Waitland and family ' aro going to niovo to town soon. Mr. Stanford Dunn visited relatives here Saturday1 and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eldridgo Drown and little son, Orvlllo, and Mr. W. M. Grctwbargar visited Mr. James H. Growbarger, of Rockport, last week. Mrs. Drown, of Pond Run vtedted her daughter, Mrs. Roy Stevens, last week. Mr, John Burton ot killed In the niltwfl last week by a oar of coal running over hta. Mm. Ida Drown, Mrs Bemyco Swain prowbargwr were the and, fwaeW of Mrs. Neryla Johnson, Sunday evening. Kw, A. Render ot ,MHeary gave the girls and boys a musical Saturday night. All report a pleasant time. f" Dr, Ctas, Crowder, wsbo, baa Jut locate Iwre, is being hfgfely praised. ,wa buried M; Bveret Hawes' 15. Sat-urdaneigh-borhood, MJa-Audra aunlay yard., Mrv Rreoa at byFtafcer grve Murry Daafcl, .of Beaver Dm. suing year, we call attention to the Fdth- - order whelh wa made at our April Accused of Murdering mooting requiring the secretary to prepare a complete Directory of all er Will be Tried on poolers, and for tiu eecivtary to comJuly 17. ply with this order It wHl be absolutely noxstary to have a tomplete lis?, of all tho poolers la tiro dis Play Made Hit at McHenry. Ky., June 12. Thomas ThoBip Dixion, trict, bo plese see Miat all lists Tlie Hartford Players Club present- son, accused of the murder of his complied atid sent to the proper ed "A Couple of Curious Courtships" father, Henry Thompson, on December are at the McHenry Opera House, Tues 20, will be tried betoro a jury in the ottlotals to ot the sereral eountios on the District oonrentlon ot Websier County circuit court Monday report day night to a large audience Cth, at Owensbore. well pleased 'people. Manager Smith July 17. The date tor the tnlal was Jujy 48t3 S. B. ROBBRTSON, Sec stated that the attendance was bet- set by Circuit Clerk Withers. Court ter than for soveraP months. Judg-In- g convenes hero the first Monday In Charged With Serious Offense. from the applause the entire play July. Mont, Daugherty, a farmar of the was enjoyed, and the musical features Thirty-tw- o witnesses have been sum Cromwell neighborhood, was arryst-ed- at among made a hit. monod by tho prosecution, dayIlls home shortly effcer Quite a number of people fromCen-terotw- n, them being tho alleged eye witness light Wednesday morning on a Taylor Mines and Rockpori Brown. him with havie comsaw the show. While In Mallenry There Is very little talk openly mitted immoral acts with his stepthe members ot the company were about the murder case, but It rea daughter, who It Is said will soon entertained at Mrs. Basebearts, and lized that there Is aworld ot deep become a mother. The warrant was courtesy feeling that does not come ' to the she showed them eyery by Judge R. R. Wddlng about possible, and her favors will not bo surface. It is claimed that the sen- Issued midnight Tuesday night tpou an afsoon forgotten. timent here Is crystalizing into a befidavit made by Labe Hlnes, a near lief that Thompson will go absolutely relative of Hie girl. Death of W. H. Mauzy. clear and without the least trouble. Tie arrojt was made by Sheriff The whole case is up to Brown Mr. William Harrison Mauzy, one T. Hr Black, and in default ot $2,009 respectprove. He Is the man who claims to of Hartford's old and highly bondtwas placed In jail to await his residence that he wa3 In the little clump of examining ed citizens, died at his morning. trial Providence on Christmas here last Sunday morning about 7 woods .. , o'clock after a lingering illness. Fu day when he saw Thompson and Paintings of Col. Edwin Forbes conducted at young Benjamin In an argument with neral services were Col Edwin Forbes, of Fordaville has the family rosldenoe' Monday evening Henry Thompson, the merchant. H completed a map from Mitchell (now by Rev. J. W. Bruner, ot the Bap claims that Thompson slapped his which the re- son and that the son retaliated by Ellmltou) to Jones Station, showing after tist Church, strange and unique ptaoes bemains were borne to Oakwood and pulling a gun and opening fire with the tween- these stations. Also twelve 9 deadly effect. interred. 11 Inches, water oolor paintlussot Mr. Mauzy was G5 years old at The fate of young Thompson deviews on either aide ettha railroad his death. He was pends on the abilRy of his attorthe time of paintings twiee married; his first wife being neys to batter down tho testimony between these stations. The are. the Hedden Cave, Indian Arrow Mis3 Alice Anglea. To this union of this wltnesa Brown and to disof credit him in the eys ot the jury. HaadJtld3e,Dark Hollow,thrce views, Were born five' children, three Mammoth whom are. still living Mr. Z. L. Brown is not a Providence nun. He Indian Council Rock, The Mauzy, of Part Artuur," Texas; Mrs. Is a new oomer and his post Is be- Knot, four views, including engraving Saturday G. G. Morris, of Providence, Ky., ing raked over with tlnetoothed comb published in the Chicago Blade March 14, 1831, The Whltting- Morgan-fielSome of the most enthusiastic of and Mrs. G. G. Sererln, ot tead.NeVN ton Hedden's tirot Ky. His last wife, was Miss Thompson's friends claim that they in 1831, Indian Mocca- -. untiring! will be able to. bluft Brown out be- - Log-CaHocker, whose Florence sin Tree and other strange eoenv. devotion" ito fifm during his lastlH-nas- s fore tine trial and that he will ngv. The nalnhic and drawings wore made- - eas'er his bed of suffer- or take the witness stand. IWde forMr. James Barr, ot Glasgow ing. To the last union were born It si expected that thi3 trial will ten children, five of whom are liv- settle the case for all time, and it Scotland, and tiny wM b tafcon to ing Isabelle, Winnie, Emma Gene, Is generally conoeded that if Thomp- him ii July by Mr. A. Hendoreon, of brothe-In-lanv May and Earl. The dead are Her- son is acquired the case will close Fordsvlllo, who Is ei Mr., Barr. Ha will talw with e man, a son who was killed In Mis- and remain a scaled mystery for all to ralntings a small box ot Indian arsissippi, and four Infants. time. row head points from the ridge iJARROWS. where they were mad. Until sent to Will Practice Law. ScotlaHd the map and paintings can June 14. Mns. dlenry Carter .visbe S03n at Hie home of Col. Forbes, ited in oFrdsvllle Wednesday. near Fordsvllle. 'Mr. Box, of Tennessee, visited his niece, Mrs. William illirsch Saturday Baptist Church. and Sunday. iMrs. Tarre Boswelf is visiting her J. W. BRUNER, Pastor. daughter Mrs. W. C. Loyal, at Sunday school session at 9: 45 o'clock Echols this week. Dr. E. W. Ford, Supt. o'elock, Morning worship at 11 Misses Annie MatUngly, Mary Barrett and Ola Howard of Whitesville theme of sermon, "How to Hare a Strong Church." visited Mls3 Isabel Thomas Sunday, Mrs. O. L. Shultz of Beaver Dam B. V. P. U. meeting at 7 P. M. Evening worship at 8 o'tlock. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joa Shultz and family this wok. Let none ot God's people Borsalw Mr. Claude Shultz returned from a His 1iou3q on the account of warm business trip to Cadiz, Monday. weather. Mrs. Ida Renfrew and daughter, Prvichjng at Render Saturday night Miss EUIe, visited relatives in and Sunday afterncon at 2:80o'olock last woek. Publ.c cordially imlNjd to wonJilp Whsat catting is in progtiew here with us. this iWidok. A big yield of good qualiA. S. of E. Notice. ty Is expected. Corn clean and a big crop plantAll locals of the American Society HON. MCDOWELL A. FOGLE ed. of Eqaity are urgently requested to per cent of a Hon. McDowell A. Fogle, son of send delegates to Uie County Union About seventy-fiv- e Judge and Mrs. J. E. Fogle, returned July 7th and 8th, 1911. There will orop of tobacco has been planted. Oat crops practically a failure. Grass last week from Lexington, Ky., where be much Important business to come he had finished the law course In before tho body and a full doloaation poor and fruit scarce. Kentucky S'ato University. is urgently called for. ARNOLD. of 4Stl Mr. Fogle is also a graduate HENRY M. PIRTL, Seey. June 12 Health is very good In this Hartford Collfgo, and Georgetown Col lego and is naturally talented for ia Soldiers are Withdrawn. community at tho present time. Ills school life has always Several went to flint Springs Sun- work. Washington, Juno 14. The second day to tho W. 0. W. dedication boon marked by his close application stop In the general withdrawal of high the armod foroeti ot the United States Singing at Mt. Llbjrty church has to his studlia and he ranked eoare with his class men and instructors at from the vicinity of Mexico stopped on account of the was Koutuoky State University. He has taken Saturday. President Tuft apabout moasles. place Is not definitely decided upon a location proved a War Department Sunday school at this ordor very light on account ot tho people for practice, but will practice In Hart- which will return to their psts being afraid to ooiuo on account of ford temporarily, and he .and Otto C the 4,0000 soldiers at Galvoston, Tex., Martin wero sworn Id at the local and the 1,500 at San Diego, Califortile niiusie?. bar Monday morning. h There will Just be about nia. ot a tobacco crop on account of scar It Is expected that the next move Quarterly Meeting A. S. of E. will be the early wlthdrowalo t the city ot plantia . Crops afa looking vry well but aro uoodlng rain bad- - Notloo is hereby given to all lo- naval vessels assembled at Gu&ntanau iy; cal and eounty unions ot the Green Cuba and' San Diego, leaving only the Suecess to the Republican and Its River District A. S. of E. tlvat the maneuver ' division split into severregular Quarterly meeting ot the al units and dtstribttd throgu Texas readers. Groea River District Union A. S. to meet a&y emergency. Notice. of E. will convene In tho City of Nail Case Affirmed. .TJie A, S ot B." Stock Committee Owansboro onrr hursday July Cth, at will ablp took from Beaver Dam. nine o'clock a. m. and contluuo till A telegram was received here yes20. Tkursday June TJtosa that the buslnese ot the Association is. terday afternoon from Frankfort an hve stock to alp will please iw(t-i- complete; remember that the basis ot nouncing 4ht the Court of Appeals the. Committee. represe&t&ttoti will be one delegate had affirmed deU!an of Nail vs. L. B, TKHI8N0, eaoh local walon; and one deiegHto the City ot .Hartford, which was r' from each oaunty Union In theDls-trlo- t, .JOilN M. SHULTZ, tried la tha Ohio Circuit Court, SILAS STBVBNS, together, with the Individual giving th (ttalatlff damage la the Btowbora Oowltto, the sevoral coiwi- - amount of $7&8. Miss Carrie Shull, ot Hopewell who lias been visiting Miss Jeneavo for soma time returned home Sat- Son urday. Mr. Eldrldso Broan visited Mr. Porter Hunlay Sunday. Mrs. Maaihy Phelps is very ill. TO BE TRIED IN JULY toour constitution this will b the timeto elect Officers for the en Boafd, we insist on a at this meeting from BEAVER that under an amendment DAM WANTS to COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Effort made for it Arrival and Departure of Visitors 80,138 Pieces of Mail Messrs. S. P. AU3tln,Loe BVvrnes, J. D. Williams, V. M. Stew art, Harry Monroe, E. P. Taylor, S. F Casoblor, C. M. Taylor. J. M. Porter and Dr. S. D. Taylor went to Hantford 14. Jun Crowd Sees Drowning, Paducah, Ky., June 12. A thous and poople saw Rodney Jackson, sixteen years old, drown in tlie lake at Wallace Hark here this afternoon. By tho time other swimmers realized the boy was drowning, he had sunk for the last time and rescuers had lost the place wbero he disappeared. The lake is small and in fifteen ininutos divers had recovered the body Crowds on watching the bank swimmers had no Idea that they wor wltnosslng a tragedy until they saw the body carried out of the water and efforts made to revive the drowned lad. ad nir d, hlll-Hor- n bin ' Monday to d about getting the location of a County High School in our town. Another high school is due in the County and theso progressive People think our town Is the place. Mrs. R. J. Stovens who has b3en vis 111., Itlng relatives in Springfield, returned to her home here Friday. Mrs. LlzzU Barnes Taylor Is quite ill of malarial fever. A nurse from Owensboro arrived Wednesday to oare for her. Mrs. Mayme L. Barrass will leave nxt week for Washington, D. C, for a week or ten days visit to Mr. and Mrs. Peyton. After which time Mr. and Mrs. Alsop and Mrs. Barrass with a party of friends will go to the Lakes and other points of interest for the summer. Miss May Towery, oC Princeton, K Myrl who has been visiting Miaj Miller for the past woek will leave for her home today. Mr. Jno. Arbuojcle.who sold his Interest in the meat shop here seme time ago, has gone to Central City to work in the meat shop. n, Miss Grace Tappan, of South Ky., is the guest of her sister hera this week. Mr. Orval Taylor, son of Dr. Taylor came home last week having finish;! his oourse in the Stale Univer sity at Lexington and now has his di ploma from that Institution. Mr. and Mra. Frank Casebler were called to Rookport on the account ot the death ot the child of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cams, Thursday. Maeter Hdgh Edward Taylor, eon. o Mr. Shelby Taylor, of Crawley, La., Is visiting his grandfather, Mr. Geo. Barned. Mku Bunnie Dare.of Hopklusville.is vlsiklng her aunt, Mis. Jim Phelps. Mrs. B. J. French spont a fw days last weeek with Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Austin. Mr. and Mrs Jim TIchenor spent the day at Hartford Monday. Miss Irene Rhoads spent last .wuk with her aunt at MoIIenry. fow MI33 Willie Plummer spent a e. days last week with her aunt at Car-roltoSun-nydal- Court Date Changed. the last term of county court an. At order was made changing the date for Esq. Jackson's court at Cententown. Count will hereafter be held on Saturday after the third Monday in each month. Division Board Meeting. The meeting of the different division boards will occur Juno 24, to elect teachers. Division No. 1, at Barnebt's Creek Church, 9 a. m. Division No. 2. at Fordsvllle, 9 a. ni. Division No. 3, at Dundee, 9 a. m. Division No. 4, at Mt. Pleasant, a. m. Division No. 5, at Green Brior, 9-- m. Division No. a. in. 6, at Centertown, 9 All trustees and teachers 3hould be present so that all positions may be filled and contracts signed. HENRY LEACH, Supt. WHITESVILLE. George Brooks and Lou-n- le MoCarty went to Bvansville Thurs day to ba at the aviation niet, return at Dundee yesterday. J. A Edge and wife visited tho lattor's parents, J. R. Mosley and wife Dundee yesterday. Ban J. Brlstow went to Owensboro yesterday. Bou J. Brstiw wont t Owensbryes-terd- y. 13. Juno a Will D. Noel and Mary Edith Neel were married In Ower.dboro yester- 0 day. Mrs. Ike Sanderfur, of Hantford is Misses Lucy iMcGarty and Graoo the guest f hsr mother, Mrs. Mate Brook paid Miss SaUIe H. Wbitw, Huuley hsre this week. Pleasant Ride, a weed's visit, reMrs. Root. King, ot Hartford, is turning Saturday. the guwt ot her mother, Mrs. Flone' Pauline Ware Is tho guest ot May hero this wok. Coots, Habit, for a fow days. Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Tiohonor spent Austin Ramsey was in Owensboro Sunday at the Point with Mrs. Tich- - yesterday on business. Ow-ensb- one-fourt- y. , Mrs. Frank Purcell left last Thursday for Denver, Colorado, to spend' the summer and fall with her son, Dr. H. A. Purcell. Gona Simpson, Owensboro, was the guest of Ina Lee Lyons last week. D. and Emma Hajs, Owensboro. were the guiwts of Mrs. O. H. Haffey Saturday and Sunday. Madlsonvlllodrovo up from Owensboro Madisonvllle, drove up from Owensbor In his automobile yesterday, return-Ing'la- st night to 0 wen sboro, where, thy are Visiting relatives. Mrs. Herman Taylor and daughter" Margarette, of Owensboro, visited her fabher-in-laiII. Y. Taylor,- - Saturday aud Sunday. Deulah May left yesterday for Bow Ung Green to attend school. Mr.. W. Kelly .and wife, of Dean- field, and Marvin Moseley and wif, vlsltod Mrs.O. W. Edga Saturday. Crop Prospects Good. The loi crca.ni supper given by the Calhoun, Ky., Juno 14. Corn gives Ladloa Aid Society Saturday night promise of being one of Western Ken- was a groat success. tucky's heaviest crops this yar. Tim corn acreage is said to be much Ueav Notice. lor than it has bean for several years, Thoeo who have Btock to ship will hardly a farmer having overlooked pleaso notify tho commlttoe, Thurs this feature in planning his summer's day or Friday wool delivery days-operations. at Beaver Dam. Reports reoelved In Calhoun relative W. B. TICHENOR. to the corn situation are uniform, practically all blong'to the effect that Usora of carbon papor should try tho corn acreage la larger. the (ambus "Echo" carbon paper. An indication ot the exteuatveness Guaranteed tbo best paper ou tlie . ot the corn planting is gleaned in coun.'4 markat. Seld by The ilartford Rer reports from Ohio aud tlog to the etfect, that, prMJtyly publican, 44tf. w, eaor's father. Miss Ruth Bennett, who has been III of typhiod fever for the past Tew weoks is improving nloely. Mr. John Waddle.who has been seriously ill Is able to be ou thestivets again. Luther, ot Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Mines, visited Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Austin Sunday. The Baptist Ladles' Aid Society will give an ice cream super Friday even church. ing tor .the benefit of ho Everybody Invited. Tha poidtalclorks U the local pot office and the rural route services are rejoicing that the month of May le over. Orders wero sent out from the headquarter at Washington stating that every piece of mall handled during the month ot May must bo The clerks report 80,133 counted. pieces of mall were handled, whloh shows that a great dml ot business Is carried on at Beaver Dam Post Office Ed Mason, Fordsville, is paying Mr-Bo- b Bull a short visit. l..li ,!- - t 1 !i i t( , - would that compel h1i to stay closely at homo for fear ef jtfearg-e- d following editorial from ttio nominations the empty honors tho? T With waat of' courtesy te his opchitting of party lines ponents? ,y XxeMngten Loftdir la a complete an- were before the that have followed the political awak"My district" smacks of Mw vested conswer to Ir. Frank's contention ening of tie last fifteen or twenty rights claimed by tho Mromj.ef feucerning the impropriety of JuJj3 years. dal days. Rear's spcochce In tlw SowndCon-(Sffloa- al td fcad been the X "stand-pa- t" dtotrguajd Mr. Franks is gr-.l-y District: political shrbboleth in Kcn-tuk- y over Judge O'Rear'a sew htetorlc the thousands of splendid DemMr. & T. Franks of Oivensboro, one ocrats who have been voting and wor saying that "you cannot drive an Idea head with a of the candidate for the Republican Ing with the Republicans In recent Into an nomination for Governor, fresh from years would foavo remained with their bayonet," which will ring (rem one end of Kentucky to the other with a. conference at tha Victoria Hotel old panty osjclate3. the approving plaudits of all good with Lieutenant Goveia Louisville Progressives like LaFoIlette, Cum-min- s, citizens as they .study Its meaniBgand rnor "W. H. Oox, Secretary of State Boveridge, Bristqw. Clapp, significance and understand 'the sin Collector of intern u Bjurne an Ben L. Bruner, Roosevlt whom Mr. franks cerity and conviction of theuwa alio Revenue Lawson IUjiio of tho Owuns-bor- o would road PIC-NI- C out of the Republican pardltsrlct and several others, at ty because they refuse to follow the uttered it. That one thought marks which the newspapers say it was de- bourbon leadership of Aldrlch, Cannon Judge O'Rear as a student and philcided to combine all the opposing and Lorimer, are of the type of the osopher who would go to the root j ef an evil before prescribing a remIn an anythlng-to-lwelements Democrats, some of them a little less edy, as the physicians of- this day O'Rear campaign, made a "stand-pat- " conspicuous, ibut none less Indepen seks to eradicate disease bylntelll-gentl- y speech at Barbourvflte last Monday dent and courageous, who have robell-attacking Its soufoe, rather that would If it represented the real 1 against the loaders of tholr party sentiment of the Republican party In In Kentucky and Joined hands with than using 'hvrolc treatment',, to repress or covr up IU outward symp; Kentucky doom It to overwhelming. de--' Rupublioans In working a political re- - toms. ,, . . UKJLX, 3 It lO&l. VVJU11W t3 tree" volution In the old Commonwealth. When the people of Kentucky oome defeated In overy State in which such Mr. Franks Is especially aggrieved to understand Judge O'Rear as do leadership has prevailed. because Judge O'Rear has dared to Sir. Franks is an excellent stump Invade "my district" by making a those who have for years enjoyed campaign-er- a they will relations with speaker, one of the best speeh at Hopklnsville, and by way intimate him the highest him pic-ni- c find In and noblest in Kentucky, and like Senator of defense or explanation of the bit- type of public sen-ant- ; man who In ada .Blackburn he is at his beat terness of his utterance at Barbour-vlll- e seeks to bring together In better undressing an altra partisan audience he declared that any man who derstanding all .tho elements In our of his owu political faith, stirring "come into my district and throws his auditors iwdth panegyrics on the dQAin the gauntlet" must prepare for complex social and Industrial life; a man who preaches and practices the "grand old ixarty" and It's "glorious the castlgatlou hi temerity dwerves. doctrine of fair play and the square Iisltory," favorite terms with old time 'Mr. Franks wa--j a Collector of deal; a man who will not for' personorators, Republican or Democrat, who Revenue for twelve or thirteen al gain or political claptrap, array were at their best when denouncing years fche and his dlstiict, one of ibe opposition whether within or with five In Kentucky, covered the whole the man who ha3 little or .nothing 123 out the party, as "thieves and mur- of the Western and Southwostarn against hU more fortunate "neighbor wjio has prospered honestly, ,pr thj derers," and appealing to the "boys sootions of the State. Would no keep v ia Xhe trenches" to "up and at 'em." Judge O'Rtar out of that pant of the country against the city, or the moun short tains against .the Blue Grais-r- ln Indeed one of our most distlngu'rsh-o- d State because It Is In "my district?" Eastern Kentucky frlende made Mr. Franks 13 no longer Collector and an earnest advocate of the true broth ibe remark the otlier day that "Ed we cawnot see any dlscourtosy to him erhood of a man. We shall not la this connection dl3 Pranks made a regular Joa Black-i- n In invading hfcj late collection district cuss In any detail the merits of Mr. rn speech." ln- The State of Kentucky Is divided A nmflnipkiin rt PL.nntir TllilPhlirTlfl Franks atack upon Judge O'Rear's at' to threa railroad districts, and Mr. apeech at Owensboro and Mr. Frank's titude and utterances at tho tobaccontaining Franks rxldes co conference called by Govrnor Wilspeech at Barbourvdllo confirms thte forty or fifty counties In Western them. Never pick berries' for market will exterminate this pest. Fan 3 Impression. "Our Jo' is a bourbon son. We have hjard the Judge Kentucky. Ho would not think of whsn they are wet. Journal. HOUSEHOLD HELPS. thU quvtlon quite thoroughly barring Judge O Rear from "my'TaH- - upon Beware of "red wist" in blackberry prao- Bepuullcan and both turms are halt a doz?n occasions and have Saved His Wife's Life. or blackcap . .. .u bushes. n.il , 'road d When seen, (A Special Department for Our no fear of his ability to give a good ncauy syjiuiiyuiuus hi uaj iuiiuu ui Tb--re strict. "My wife would havo been in her ape suven Appellate Court dls- promptly dig up and ihurn the InfectA "bourbon" or a "standaccount cf himself upon tho occasion ," writes O. H. Brown, . Housekeepers. Contributions Mr. Franks ed plant, ibelug careful not to soat-te- r grave of hl3 next speech. He may not rls patter" is a man who livva and glo- tlcts, Jn ono of which of Jkiscadlne, Ala., "if H had notbeo. closlives. He would not think of the fungous dust over healthy Accepted.) heights of denunciatory elories In the past, wlio dos not change ing the for Dr. King's New Discovery. 6ho twenty counties to the bushes. quence of our esteemed fnien'dTfrom or progress with the times, &Xo de- of "my" fifteen or district to his disSluzzle the horses when plowing or waa down In her bed, not able to Owensboro, and may not "anathoma-tlz- e clares that "whatever Is right," and tinguished Judicial opponent. cultivating the orchard. Yes, and pad get up without help, Sho had a sewho is ready to read out of his party those whose views are nc- - wholThere are eleven Congressional dls- Theses precautions vere bronchial troublo and a dreadly In accord wtth his own, "hut what RICE PUDD1XG WITHOUT EGGS, the whlflletress. those who refuse to blindly follow rage of ten prevent much damage to trees. ful cough. I got her a battle of Dr. ilany cook 3 think they hae to will of oth.!trlels fta!ning the . traditions and he says will command tho attention King's New Discovery, and she soon ur lwuivb cuuuuo. 1 ue ottonu uis- apd approval ofhetbltklngjeoplc, use eggs In making a rloa pudding .Another hint: Pad the outer edeges began to mend and Wet, In which Mr. Franks resides. lwaswell, In a but a 'most'dvllcate and palatable one of the harreiw. of the State. 'Senator Blackburn at Owensboro uc reaches Infallible or".oougha No grain, or grass crops in the short time." acr33 Kentucky, from any. Wash and can be made without nounced Calob ivwrs as an "un- - . Tynn.s.e line. .t 'pick over a half cup of rice. Put In young orchard, please; cultivation Is and colds, its tha most reliable remHelpless as a Baby. hnng assassin," and abused the Repub Mr. Indiana 1o the Franks livs In Owensbaro, on a buttered pudding dish with a pint b?st. Stir the soil every two weeks edy on earth for desperate lung troulicans of the mountains ' the Ohio rlv3.--. Valley Heights, Va. Mrs. Jennie B. and Judge O'Rear spoke a half of milk, half a cup of su- until August. It Is a good plan to ble, hemorrhages, lagnlppe, asthma, time style, and declared that the ,i, Hopklnsvillo on f. i'i the edga of Ten-Sta- te Klrby, In a letter from tills nlaoar gar a pinch of salt, and grated lemon throw two or three forkfuls of nianur hay fever, croup and whooping cough. .l ought to be redlstrlcted so that ? UOc, $1.00. Trial bottle free. GuaranThis does not look like an says: "I was sick in bed for !nlne rind. Bako two hours stirring fre- around each tree, after a rain. .1 the Republican iwrty oould elect but,. troubles, "l quently for the m anl!S 'amo bailiwick. months, with woman-lWatch for the little slugs darkish, teed by all druggists. j ltt;'on ,f r' first hour and a hair, dh. member of Congress. tha point that Hop- - was so weak and helpless, at times," I then finish the baking to form a slimy fallows that are likely to be , When you have rheumatism In your 'Mr. Franks at Barbourvllle In enual-1....w-.v- , v Vi4 v4f couldn't ralso my head off tho pillow light crustover the top. Serve with on pear or cherry leaves now. Fine, foot or rnstep apply Chamberlain's. Lin It Uhnw.Hi f V Inntniai rionminnr-r- l VMWI.Vr UI1)M)V iKUi4W J poslte sld?s of the Sta'e, why should I commonced to take Cardui, andt.1 cream. dry dust, If thrown in the trees, will Iraent and you will got quIcU relief. Judge O'Rear as an apologist for law- Judge -- kill every O'Rear be barred from speak- saw ,it was helping pie, at once. Now slug It covers. Or almost It costs tut a quarter. AVhy suffer? CHDESE COURSE. lessness, a consort of lawbreakers and ing or presenting hb claims to tha t tan work all day." As a toale, for any of the regulation orchard sprays For sale by all druggists. m Roll cream cheese into balls nearly the candidate of night riders, wfhose weak women, nothing lias been fpund ""-"3- 0 "l ""' " an Inch In diameter; roll the balls nomination for Governor wpuld "strike e Is "my district?" Mr. Franks has for fifty years, that would take tho 7. In pistachio nuts, blanched and chopn blou- - at tho very cornerstone of it explained why ho is in any way Place of Cardui. Try a bottle not ped. Pile the balls in the center of olvll ilbirty," B-- 8 entitled to claim as a right or a It will surely do you good. Mr Franlcs' bitter tirade against . with a . a chop plate, and surround Undisputed support of Judge O'Rtar, his vehement denuuel- - courts' the wreath of orange or grape fruit marThe' Age of the Horse. U1I3 groat of tin in an malade. Surround the marmalade with Mft af hlrt nu 4dv .iiianuf rt lour rl important ejctioncampaignStaU which To tell the age of any horsj, Slate Jn hot toasted crackers. Serve at the order, thedif'iid.'r of lawlfSbius and I'1 i "Ufrty out ,,. ., of touch with tha Inspect the 'lower jaw of coursoj-",. .,.,.. , , duowi UL 111&IM. iUUJiS, ...r llllil. views of the masses of his party Tlhe six front tueth the tale will tell, close of luncheon or dinner in tho nill calls your attention to a comparative statement place of the usual pudding pie or oth o much as it 710 oue In Kentucky and out of sympathy withe the plat- And overy doubt and fear dispel, t er sweet dish. If preferred, pass the ivlll Mr. Franks. Such an intemier- - j of his bank as of March 7, 1911, made to tho ' perate speech should nuke tha nom- -' form which that party must declare Two middle nlpers you behold cheeso, marmalade and crackers on a If it hopes to win the coming elec- Before the colt is ti.vo wjeks old. ' tray In separate receptacles. limtion of Mr. FraulJs lmtos3llle ir comptroller of tho currency, and of same date tion. Before olght weeks two more will come FOA1I SAUCE. other prSdnt candidate wane to What If It werj determined, in tho Bight months the corners cut the gum"' Dissolve a tablespoonful of cornWithdraw, and no one knows that 1910, which shows an increase of more than The outside grooves will dlsappcjk . starch In two tablespconfuls bitter than our good friend from of cold From middle two In just one yeary. water, pour over It a cup of boiling In two years from the second palr water and cook until clear. Cream We iiae heard a great of lu thr j yearj the corners two an bare. together a half cup of the mptive for tltat sp.'). of butter and of At two tho middle nipers drop, Jifc sugar and pour coming mi muii utter the IuU-tfTll- e It over the boiling ind At tluvo the second pair can't stop, starch, stirring rapldjy which causes confivnco at which It vas When four years old tho third palxfg March 7, 1910. March 7, 1911. dmuand'-.agreed that tile situation It to foam. Flavor with a teaspoon-tu- l At flv a full "new sot ho show.3, Tfcfc RESOURCES. RESOURCES. inn "anything-to-bt- at of vanlla and two of vinegar. O'Rear" cam Loans I could not stand it to be on my The deep black epots will pass from 3Lalgn the mor pluuurblu und getier CREAMED CAULIFLOWER AU fl vapkI r and Discounts....? 754.7C3.71 Loans and Discounts ,.i 837,937.31 ff a view. . C40.39 Overdrafts , .. - 708.93 nUy ucoepUd vtuw we havo hard Is "feet and I was so "swelled in the GRATfN. U. S. Bonds and PreAt six years from the middle tw U, S. Bonds and abdomen I could hardly breathe. Pre-Let tho cauliflower ccok in boiled Jaiat 31 r. Franka was dlgat"d io o miums 181.14G.53 But thanlis to Dr. Miles' Heart Tho second pair at soven vars; huuuis 231,905.91 salted water until tender, then separate DUt after Judge O'Roar, Involve him DanJclng House, Fuml- Remedy and Nervine I am able to At lgh,t the spot on each corner Into flowerests and dispose in Indivi Banking House, Furnito a vRuporatlve ierajnal oontrovrs oleam ture and Fixtures .. 22,000.00 taro and Fixture ., dual dlshe3; over tho cauliflower In 20,000.00 thut should disgust Rupubllcana to be about the streets, a walking ad- From mlddlo nippier , upp.r Jaw, (Cash JC3.850.0S vertisement of the curative qualCash Sa,4C5.98- each dish turn one or two tablespoon-ful- s flie point of exolftlmlUiK "a plagua-oblack spots will wlthuraw Duo from of cream sauce, sprinkle with but- Due from I both your houses" and make tho nom ities of your remedies, although I At nine the The second tialr at ton an- - brlrlirJU" Baaksi am 70 years old." Banks tered cracker crumb3 and sot into .nation of either impossible or uuwie Eleven flnd3 tbv corners light, and U. John R. Cochran, and U. the oven, to brown the crumbs. whlch mould create a nltuatlon 87,183.03 S. Treas. Lewistown, 111. d.i uniu guus on iuo uorsonu-- ici: 157.033.U S. Treaa. 97.084.43 JIIN'T- SI1ERDERT. 178,150.33 to Uio nomlnaUon of Mr. grow. Better than any statement we The oval iotli throo-sldi- d Bruise one teacupful of fresh mint k'rjbv, a clin and cIjvw gentleman, pl.t lirlyf li.ifni.. ThftV lnnn-j- . ...,-.or,., i..v.. .,.. $1,115,583.71 could make regarding the value of ... leaves. $1,2&S,702.50 Pour over the Julco of four wIio liaplly for himself In tho carryTill twenty, when we know no njpre, lemons, LIABILITIES. LIABIUTIBB., and let stand tor 30 minutes. Oapifal ing out of such a program is wjthout Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Stock J 350,000.00 Capital Stook ,...'.? 21 AAA AA thi "fatal gift of orator)" which has are these words of Mr. Cochran. . Lightning Kills Fow. 77. v Make a syrup from one pint of wafer 2,C00,00 Surplue Fuad w.oo pint of sugar. played liavcc with tlie cawlidato droni He nf"nlc from pinpripnrc Pour oven In 1000 llghtulng killed onlyVap and one PfdtiU .. .. 7.916.23 Undivided Profit . f...Arl.n.... ... .'. .. Ili..i..fnn.i l..i. lft t &1 f , ... the mint and let stand unHl cold. 12,694,98 People In this whole oountry. Ojje'a vWUOWJu u..u .v.u. Highest possible source of know! 180,000.00 OlrcuUUoa ... 290,000.00 Jitmsolf oallvd uiwn to announco hU edge. If you have any of the chances of death by llghtulngfS"o Strain. Add a few drops of popper-me- n Circulation Deposlta .. ,,.. C75.1C7.51 DepoaUs . t extraot, the frothed whites of 770.W7.82 'platform or declare his views on inoot- - signs of a weak heart, such as tesj- - than two in a million, Hi sd, public quttitlons. pain iu the left shoulder or arm, cljancos of death by lightning .'re four oggs and freeze. $1,115,583.74 FROZEN ORANGES. 1'Thls may havo seeiU4.l to Mr. Franks fainting and hungry spells, short- -' lw3' than two In a million, ?1.2,702.W Peel ono dozen oranges rub plan of oauiignlbiit H will ness of breath, smothering spells, chances of .dUU from liver, kl48' ii,cle'vr caused by employes t0 mUchof the fall to pieces long before lie Rdub- - fluttcringor palpitation of the heart, oj stomach trouble Is vastly groSTer, peeling of tbreq of thorn Into one pint . WS ") leans assemble to noiuliiute n Statu of sugar. Add the Juice of two lem you need but uot It Electric Hitters be .xlclreL as Rob-jr- t Madssn, of West DurM-toi- i, ons, and stir over the fire until the stay where you Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy '3'pTie "stund-ivat,- " proved. Four dootors y.v& sugar dissolves. Open the sec Hon of la., re, neve changoiwlltlos.dramna turn which for over twenty years hits him up after eight months of 'sifr tho granges remove tha pulp, and add Mae the United Stat National ferlng from vlpulont liver troublod U. to the sugar with one quart of wat oat, down wltli progtvusUva brand been recognized as the best prepaer. Then turn into a freozer and j& political loyalty, of. which Mr. ration of its kind to be had. yellow Jaundice IIo wa3 then faveae. Sold under guarantee assuring the by Klootrfc cured Tranltji nd Senator Blacklmru aro DIRECTORS. return the prlee of tlie host stoniach, liver nrVe dsrloauent' exiwnotits falls toofbenefit. AT the first settle If it E.T.Frawcj.J. w .McCubukilJ jiioa t& Griffith, C ALL DRUSGl$T$.' Orchard and Gardes. ' and kidney-- ' rviraltfy an,d blood J. J. SWKMflY, Lawsok Rrho, Bsnrv Vfiui,John a" fiaeir ' partM, iwbuld havo Wt KikS ' d MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Kep the fruit of strawberries cool on earth. Only COc at all always a uolldly Pmcrai-l- c "Kentucky mill, ,W time to use or Bwket m State and luve mado Republlcau MR. PRANKS' SPEECH AT BARBOURVILLE. tetero of the "(MMiHr-l9eAt-O'R-.vir- " eMipaiga, & nm a wuidl-dat- e against him fron every (&&&' Jadicla-- l lna1, or iHra4 dtofcrlct, Mg The Picnic Season BILLS than ever before. Call and 1 Anglo-Saxon- 's Is rapidly approaching. The KepubliOan is better prepared this season to get out attractive see us, we have facilities for turning out any at kind of printing, neatly, and quickly. , Best Work. Lowest Prices. An advertisement in The Republican of your will pay you. al The Hartford Republican, TEIvEPHONB HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ,.,.. d.s-cu- lo-da- y. to-day- things f cl-j- 1.1,11 .t 7,, " ' to-d- ay. UNCLE SAM -- -- ev-sry Ow-psio-ro. dl d up to die by three of our best doctors, "I had been given $150,000.00 In One Year 15' n ..! ..-- I... .' fH.JL: ' tfe ud. t99 Per Cent. "'a,b,failur United States National Bank ?oLaSWOUlr0U!ia,bnk- , eW-plete- ly UVtSm-They.'r- a A - pulr dr-glU. t. cxvjB:isr:Qc:R.c, skltt. liSSim KENTUCKY STUDENT SUED AT ANN ARBOR LET US PRINT YOUR CARDS E. M. Bruner, Brother of SecreDam-, Wi.h tho rolling pin ocmslonally My arms mnn'th-ovswith the bun-Aibefore slx Is half dano shopping. "'. 6, Sur ly dressmakers and millinery bills follow me all to ys of my life, and 1 shall JwU in tho hous of wy wife former. Ex. r had m 1 hr tary of State, Assessed ages for Smashing Boat. M? Ann. Arbor, Mich., Juno 12 B. Bruner, a Junior In Michigan Unlvr NOTfelEADS POSTCARDS BLOTTERS PROGRAMS ENVELOPES BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS STATEMENT .HEADS. CIRCULARS BOOKLETS SHIPPING TAGS LABELS STOCK FORMS. sfty from Kentucky, was sued in Justice court hero toslay for damaged for smashing a boat. The. University of Michigan Boat Livery was the com plalnant. Bruner with Oscar Levin, another student, rented a canoe and ran It on a rock .smashing a big hole in it, Tho court assessed them 20 damages which they docllncd to pay and will appeal tlw case, rflhoy claim tlmt in renting the ounoo the livery assumed the rJek of damage to it. Young Bruner Js a brother of Dr. Ben L. Bruner, Secretary of State. H3 ls from ndar Leltchfield. " John W. SIckelsmlUi, Greensboro, Pa., has three children, and like most children they frequently take cold. We have tried several kinds of coug nwdlctne," he says, "hut have nuver found any yet that did thorn as much good as Chambwlain's Cough Remedy," For sale by all druglsts. m . Paper Gets full Hearing. Thix was a time,' nway back In th beginning of adventfwlngwhientho seller who puts Into print, where tho buyer could too It, Iris name, the name rylvcccHsNsBought, and Kind Jnst-as-good"n- ro which lias been. You Ilavo Always Tho In uso for over 30 yenrs, lins liorno tho Blgimturo oC and lias uccn mnuo iimlcr his pcr- sonnl supervision since Its Infancy. f'&ccAtt'i, Allow no ono to deceive you In this. liufc All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Experiments that trifle with and cndan&cr tho health or Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. onthe commodity ho dealt In, and tttnj address of his place of business, was consld rd to havo matta quite a splurge In tho way of publicity and bidding for there are thV patronage of twentieth adveJitisers, whose physical limitations preclude them from doing much more to-d- ay ORDER BLANKS- - ? - - :W r OAT-ALOGU.E- S MORTGAGE BLANKS; ,:: DEED BLANKS Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. Let Us Submit Estimate on Yeur Next Work. All Work" Guaranteed. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Phono No.22 Hartford, Ky. CELEBRATING HIS and his case was transferred to the county. Aoting ' Judge Vogt. to-d- ay Call for Convention1. a regular meeting of the RepubTexas Woman Near Death. lican Executive Committee of Ohio Wills Point, Tex. In a letter from County held at the Court House in Wills Point, Mrs. Victoria Stalllngs Hartford, on .May 26) 1911 and a masays: "I was afflicted with womanly jority of the committer being prestroubles, had a dreadful cough, and" ent It was ordered tihat the call for awful pain. I certainly the State Convention for July 11, 1911 suffered would have tHed If I had not beeu for' the purpose of nominating stato relieved by taklnc Oardul. Now officials to ,be voted upon' at the am stronger and in better health, thai regular November election, 1911, bo I ever was In my life. I can't say ihalf and is approved and that pursuant enough for this medicine." Do you to tho directions of the Republican need relief? Cardul will help you. State Central Committee it Is or Try It for your womanily troubles. Its dered and directed that a mass conage la Its guarantee. It euros B-vention be held at the Court House In Hartford, Ky., July 8, 1911, at Iced Fruit Dishes. 1:30 Standard Time, for the purpose Tosses. Prepare a stiff com- of" electing 33 delegates and 33 al Petltes pote or puree of any fruit preferred ternate delegaties to attend the State ami partly freeze It. (Have ready some Convention to be held In Xoulsvllle, cups of quaint shape, partly fill each Ky., July 11, 1911 for the purpose of With fruit mixture, drop a spoonful of. nominating candidates for office of clot-tecream on each, and keep on ice Governor, Lieut Governor, Attorney Auditor, Treasurer, Sectill wanted. Serve as cold as possible, General, retary of State, Supt. of Public In with sponga fingers. ' struction, Commissioner of Agriculture Corbellles. Jlave ready some and Statltslcs and Clerk of Cowt of Ptltes sponge cake pyramids made in deop Appeals, to be voted for at the Nomolds. Scoop out the centers, taking vember election 1911. R. 13. Martin, Ch'm'n. care to leave a firm wall around, aiask 47tf J. NBY FOSTER, Soc'y. this on the outside with a meringue mixture, fill tho cenkr of each with a fruit compote that has been kept on tee. Affix little handles of cut angelic strips, and sot on lco till wanted for BUCKBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED! 1 table. CAt Castor Oil, PareCastorla is a harmless substitute goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It; contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic (substance. Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Tcctliing" Troubles, enrcs Constipation, and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA for GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS I ioafiy. -- ST Bears tho Signature of sV)-j-e-u a- W W 0 4M CITY. The Kind You Haie Always BougM In Use For Over THC CCNTAUII 10 COMNV, TT HMUT TMIT. HtW 30 Years. tHM" ' THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. (INCORPORATED) I 4 W WILL WIRE YOUR BULBS T, HOUSE JIT COST. I 1. LUCKAT TRACK Louisville Man Shoots Down Wrong Woman. Miss Hattie Wetherby Is Lying in Hospital with a Bullet Through Abdomen. XtoulsvHle, Ky., Juno 9 Mies bond, $5,000 West on furnished by a eunety which was up company. Tho case will oom beforo Magistrate Doreey on June 15. Wst Is well known ia Louisville Ho came Iwro from Columbia, Tfean., and for swveral years has been secretary and treasurer of the Kentucky Central Llfo and Accident Insurance ampaoy. Ho has apartments In the GJston. roloBScd Iced Fruit Syrup. Add lour large tablespoonfuls of raspberry or strawberry syrup of halt a ipict of new milk and freeze tho mixture. Servo oa little ice plates or In glasses, with . water biscuits. Fnilt-aia- ke Creme Glaooo aux some vanilla loo cream and have ready some fruit cooked In syrup, th tt hasbewi kept on Ice. Bile up the Ice cream In border fashion on an dish, fill tho center with the fruit compote; gannish with Mttlo sprigs of maidenhair fern and crystallized violets. Serve with gauffretties. tt.1UlL.ru Luiiul wrui Ort Bnalnht, VUf III- iDMtthu,BQVdrp,Cri,Ciliidift,AinM, Sftrrtt TIIp, TrcU4 Port! Bf KkfttWUi, Ptrwta I Fall! Tmllp. Olftlto rrMtbi Ownu IM ViUW HMi&ui, f ScuTealr will in it taq & txrmaneiil cut ' tomrr. HXief action ffuaranteed or joux mnnfw refunded. rj SPECIAL OFFER: ' rii a fcnlld New lialDC0. 1 " CollectloHjSS!! TO PLEASE Mention this Pap T.1U ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN OR BUSINESS 1 Wrhe IU """'SgEgER&t to-d- lkuUfuBl,Itun4l'lBk. sum m 1 "fcrWty or 1 i rW RrNr. m4 twklai 28inH'i tl 1U,U volbctka ut CliNTS T REACH. th DOnlllOlVnupa pnp ICIl. 1at I iflMtc rMi " "ii mimiiun TbUilalbleuUxttatifcrWT. em 1MB nrra-nvktl. W. BuCKbea socxross, l rn iu munnii til abrat tt ptuua m u ill. E. G. BARRASS. ti Manage! i Operation Thought Inevitable. Ferris, Tex. In a letter from this place, Mary Kilman, saye: ''I was ltottlo IS Is f'vi A Tl' f. Il Wetberby, a prtty young school teacher of Mlddltaown, Ky., was shot through 1310 abdpruon last might as ehe was driving along the Shelbjwille plfce with Leo Hibbs, and today Is lying Jn a dangerous condition at the Jewish hospital. TBie. bullot entered tho ahdohien just above tho right Mp and perforated the bladder. Thomas O. West, a well known Insurance man, has been arreted anil West declares that he dees not re- member any of tho happenlnsB i socwed last evening, the evidence by the polloo today makes It practically conclusive Ihoa West flivd the shot. It Is believed he was under tho hnpiseslon that, Miss Wdtherhy Lucllo Qwathmey, with was Miss whom West was in love. Just before he 6hot Miss iWotlwr-bWest fired on Charles It. Long's not hit any-onautomobile, but did y. e. d lr- - u' f t The shooting followed a Joy ride which West took to Slwlbyvllle late AVest Is said yesterday afternoon. won $100. on a race at to 'have Churchill Downa, and Invited' ai number of his friends to go out with him Tho party Wtt for a cckbmUon. OhurcMll iDowns after tho last kwo proceeded to ShelbyvINo I and West's automobile witta the intention Shelby-vill- a A of going to Lexington. this part of tho program wm elwmged, however, and the party began tho return trip. The trip did sot beotn a "Joy ride" until the SheibyvlHe. It was ratura Iron oml!ig baak to Louisville that whll Mle WtMwby, mistaken for Mis by "Vet, was attacked Gwathmey, tw being Jra&l out, wa and flrd upeu b eh wu ruaulBg down the road. "Give back roy rlw," cried Wti Just.'birfwe he Mred. " t ia poWs eoa-r- t Wwt'WM fewtl confined o my bed for three monih3, with iwpmajnly troubles and during this time suffered untold agony. The doctor said an operation was inevitable. I tried Clawlui. Now- I am well, and able to do a great pant of my work." Thousands of ftadlea have testified to the benefit obtained from possible. Cardui, tho woman's tonic. It prevents unnecessary womanly tpainsand Iced Fruit Jolly Preparo a pint and builds up womanly strength. It Is a a half of wine Jelly and coat a mold Try It It will help with It, letting It set firmly. Thin true tonic. B-you. fill tli mold with alternate layers of fruit, tailing caro that each layer ". On the Other Foot. Is quite set before tho next arrangtd. The editor or a local paper says that Keep the mold on Ice till iwt. Serve he asked each merchant In his town, masked with a coating of io cneam, in turn, to give him a little exwith crystallized rose leaves scattered tra advertising, calling attention to on the surface. Keep on Ice till the bargains. In every cose he was turnlast possibl moment. ed down with the remark 'that adverpapers did no good tising In local If you havo trouble In getting rid anyway. The odltor went back to his of your cold you may know that you office and accepted $05 In case from uto not treating it property. Thero a mall order house for space in his Is no reason 'why a cold should hung paper. The next week every mer- en for weeks and It" will not If you chant In town complained bitterly of take- - Chamber Iain's Oough Remedy-Foiwas hunting how the advertising sale by all druggists. in them, but the "editor bad them going his .way when ha reminded them of From the 23 Sams. their remark tha tiulwri&Ung in bis 1. My wife ia my boss. 1 shall paper was mo good anyway. (Advenot deny. rtising does do good, no matter whore 2. She miakcth me to He down beH Is, and tnall order houses kndw hind the JkkI .whea swell company It and profit by the liberal amount comes, arul i&e 3(leth . me beblud of It thy do. CunMs Courier . bar up Main Street, 3. She retoreth ray pocktbeok afOo you know that of all the minor ailments colds are by far the most ter she hag tpen.t (til Its conVnts dangerous? it Is hot the cold Itself for bobble skirts and ttioaUr tickets that yon need to fear, but tho serious and she ktnlvth mo up tfeo nialn aisle uw bat's (HseasM that It often loads to. Most of the church for 'her of these are known as germ disease. sake. 4. Yea, though I wttlk raoua than Pimknonla and consumption are aawog them. Why not take 'e imit tho night through ourk rooms Cough Ilemedy and cure with a crying baby I will get no rest, your okl while ycu can? For sale for she 1 behind me) her broomstick by all drusgtstsr m and her hatpin they do everything else but comfort roe. 5. $lio iirHaroth a cold enack for FOR FLETCHER'S me, iiwa waifretk; a bcvllne for the D r CJiam-bwlala- Fruit Custard. Prepare a good custard mixture with .ggs and new milk, as for boiled custard, sweetening It very slightly. Partly fill a deep glass dish with a laytr of fresh fruit, Sprinkle with light wine, cover with tha custard, and set on Ice or In an Ice cave till wanted. Garnish with fruit glaoes, and servo as cold as SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACH, Liver g Kidneys LECTRIC BITTERS Quick Relief and Care for Head ache, BacKache, Dizziness, IndiCPtIoT, Malaria, etc. The best tonic. Curative Medicine for these diseases. SOc. Guaranteed, triPKifmdndTtfiiT u tf??isiffiffif3!?i?i?isi5i r i? Your Office Stationery H H H Commercial Forms, Etc. Have you a good supply on hand, or isn't it about time to take your next order to the printer? Look, now, and see if it isn't time to get a new supply of Letter Heads, Envelopes, Statements or Bill Heads, and if you are short on anything, send an order to The Republican. If you have used printed matter done by hs, you naturally will come hero when you have need for anything in our line, and there'B a reason. If you have never had The Republican do tho work, suppose you get in the habit. We do tho satisfactory kind of printing and binding. No Job is ever delivered in a shoddy, caroless manner. At Tho Republican office you get real satisfaction, and pay no more for tho ' ,, work here than you. do elsewhere. win" call upon you if you call the office by 'phone qr,tdrpp us A representative a card. . H yi Chllolrr Cry' C A STORIA MdSacfety suifcn WKj'aBnVliitoth xuy 3 l vttf ' Hartford Republican. lrttor4, teeter, tho eenvtitlon as candidate for this position. Benw-t- t R r., went June 13 Mr. Sam Ja Wo nre hot and 'Very dry'at tills Sunday afternoon. to Oentnal City last WedneWfiy. practically no totaweo Hivvlng Mr. Hubert Bardett ami sister MyrAirs. II. B. innes went to Todd place, boon set. ', C. M. BARNETT Wednesday, tle vlsKed ln Oweusboro lasi week. f tfkvi am Proprlttot cottnty last Cor is looking fairly 'Well, but J. NEY FOSTER .Mr. and Mrs. R, M. Miller spent Mre. Amelia Burton wont to Simp.trJ,na nr aufforlne for mlii-- ' Sunday at Walnut Grove and .visitmons, last Wednesday. to Or. H. B. lnnj and daughter Miss Some wheat has leen cut, )b4 for ed Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Phillips. Address all communications Republican. were mers are exiKcting a good yJeW.j, The Hartford Gladys and tho Misses Baker Miss flattie Barnett visited Jirs. Oats will te short owlnV;to tie Sam Hawkins near WhltesvMo Satin Taylor Alln, last Thursday. t Bter4 ocotlB(? to taw Ky.. ainuH mttr at ttu I'Mtotflot Mcnnd ren'der. vllle te CROMWELL Darnett. JuBe i2.Not having written for Mlsejs some time, your scribe wM iMevor to give vMfc her ftlur, O. YV. a few news Item tlk. Conn StcVena and Irene Onambcns of Blaekfwd visited Miss Mary "Chambers, from Friday until SOME or OUR r Best Efforts i Are used in ing the best to be had for tie men from provid- 7oxsli Rlvt.- - .. ........... 16. .40. er sa. FRIDAY, JUNE Mies Nellye Harris was in DenvDam, Friday. Airs. Kda Leep went lo Roslne Friday. .Mr. drowith. , ;g ANNOUNCEMENT. TVe C. P. Keown a candidate for Kepre-seatatlfrom Ohio county In the General Assembly of Kentucky, next subject to the notion of the RepubliJ. can party. ve aro authorized to announce Hon We aro authorised to announse Albert Loach a candidate for from Ohio County In the ext General Assembly of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican party. What a Joke It would bo on "Oily James" McCnary If Mr. Adams shoul out run htm In the primary after all. (MMM,i mi Let us have legislation which will rn. dowm the price of food stuff on , nm-nncon-tum- Jt. I "ihe way between the farmer and ay. Let ithe fanner hare the vry Mr. Ed Lindsay of Blkton and Mr. highest price possible Me does the Williamson of Graham were here toworlt and takes all Aire chances. day. Mies Joycie Shull and sister Miss Hartford now has an opportunity brick and tile faetory Ellen Van Gllden.of Terre HauteJnd.. to eecuro a Miss which will start dn with a force of are the guest of tihelr cousin sixty, men, provided Jessie Shull at this writing. not Jess than Mr. Ed Hughes of Central City is ahe makes an effort and offers some socure It. Will our the guest of her parenits Mr. and Inducement to writing citizens make the best of the oppor- Mrs. L. P. Millard at tills Messrs. J. H. and Jno. Berry Hartunity? din and families have moved back ..Congressman Ollle James seems to here frem OwensborOjOiter an absence ' .forget that his election "win depend of 1 months. upon tha Kentucky legislature and There are lots of sloknces In and not upon the result of the primary around this community at tills writJuly 1st. The primary election "will ing. do him very little good, if the legisseems to b very Coal buslm-elature shows up with the majority dull all the time Mines are not workRepublican. ing quite half time anywhere several 23 have closed down ery soon enter' upon a mines In "We will an indefinite perjod. contest In Kentucky for for state election Bta) officers. As soon as that Is PALO. over tho presidential election will be June 12. Death has again visited In full swing eo that we will have WH two years of political strire and tur- our community and claimed uncle 7, of moil. Again we artee to remark that Ham Feomster, who died June complications of diseases. iHis re our elections are too frequent mains nrr laid to net in. the Smith t parties seem w 'bar united on buTying krolind'lif&lircsencTof'a aii the question c good roads. However large crowd of sorrowing friends and when it comes to pievidlng a ptwu, relatives. Rev. R. JJ. BeaneU conduct fear tihat tho same dlvislona may ed tUo fw)rii at the gnavo yard. .arise and prevoHt action as dn the Uncle 13111, as he was known, was in 3ast. In the meantime Ohio county his seventieth year. Me leaves a wife is going ahead laying the founda- one son, three sisters and one brother. Mr. Cliff Borry has gone to Indiana tion for tho best dirt roads of to piork. county in Kentucky. ' Mrs. Alice Foster, of Paradise, is Elthe the local option laws of Ohio vlelUng her parent, Mr. and Mrs. county aro being frequently violated Charlie Baxter. or else an Irameneo amount of liquor Mrs. S. F. Ezell has been at tho Js being shipped Into Hartford. Al- bedside of Mrs. Feemsber, wlo most eery Saturday night witnesses Is very 111. scenes of carousing such as were rare Aunt limma Wimsatt Is 111. 3y Itnown herd during tho days of Mr. Chlnn and wife ,of BenviirDam open saloons when we had the largest are visiting Charlie Wlmsatt and fam number licensed. On last: Satuiday By. night the streets were thronjod with MIm Ona Maden called on Mlfeses drunken men which culminated In a Fannie and Parl Berry last Sunday. ehootlug in Hayti, and it Is only a )lr. Tom Smith and wife, of Sunny-dal- e, wonder that soeral man wer-- not vlsittd the lattur's parents, Mr. hilled' during the evening. Loud and auti M.T6. Buck Flcuer and family last boisterous language and quarrels on SaUuxlay and Sunday. d the streets were frequent and our Mr. Lawrence Bunger and family aie loud In complaint of this were ithe gusets or Mr. Lee Lewis and open and notorious conduct. We are family last Sunday. not at this time offering any criticism Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Bartlett visitupon our city authorities, uocaus- - ed friends and-- rulatlws at Taffy, we" do not know wh.jre tho blame U- last Sunday. but It does soem that our citizens, Mrs. Mary WhVte called on Mrs. who are law ahldlug and desantog Roalw DeWet.e last Sunday. of pvace and quietude, should be proMiss Zelda King called n Miss Rol- tected in some way against this no- lie RuBSU, Saturday and Sunday. of torious conduct upon the part Mr. Everett Maden, of Palo attond-w- l those who violate tho law. the dedloatioB at Mldklff gtuvo The friends of Hon. Alvls S. Ben yard last Sunday. Mr. Charllo Feenvs'.er went ko Dunne!& ln every section of tho Btateai'o urging hlra to become a candidate dee, last Saturday oh business. Dr. Duff, of Dundee, was In our or Clork or the Court of Appeals. Wr. Bennett Is at picbent and has midst last Saturday. teen for many jiars Scrutary of tlwa The crops In this section are needState Central Committee and In that ing rain very badly. capacity has giv.-unhurta! ffitls-- Success to The Repuhlioan and its action to every clenueJH of the ir-t- y, many readers. and by "his efficiency and goiuiral Land to Be Reclaimed. hearlnc has made himself uxtvmely Memphis, Tnn., June ll-T- he 3Hpu!ar with tho rauk and f llo. as well us the leaders. He would Jilt to hav Southern farmer is to bo shown how", 41)6 nomination for Clerk of the Count by reversing methods, he can profit M Appeals, but he dovs not fuel that to a like extent as the fanner of the ibe should announce his oaHdidacy Wait Ik reclaiming abandoiKd lands. If the urid land of the-- Western m& .make a campaign for tho nomlau tlcn and at the same time retain his Statvs can be made fertile through jireeent position on the oommtttjo Irrigation tho snamp lands of the which lie thinks should be kott South may likewise bo niadi produort fcom contontlans within tho ctively dralBago it is contended by jtfuty, no maUer h,ow fair and hoiv-- experts of the DupantniMnt of AgrU orefely they may be. Ills friends, bow calture, and to demonstnte It a wr, are pushing- his candidacy and "reclamation special" will start from Jt Is believed that the uonrlnaUou Chicago Wednesday for a tour of the South ovir the Illinois Central lines.. nvlU b tendered him, iiotwlth&taniHiig ;tl(ifat tAat there aro a number ef NotUeto Taxpayers. xibr catuHdaU. ach of whom has Taxes for 1911 are now due. Anv gtooA local support and are MM& wJl sBpay1.fcy,eRBt;aiUbe ofi. tnwttOl of the PobWw. T. H. BfAOK. S. 0. 0. will undoubtedly plae Mr. Bee. -v Dlss-tiic- t -- Bayless Baker left for Linton, Ind., Friday. "Mlra Sue Kennedy of Canoyvlllo wan hjre Saturday tho guest of her niece, Mrs. Mrs. E Sketers. Mr. and Mrs. Merita House went to Rosln, Saturday. Aire. J. F. Everly were in Mr. and -Bfiver Dam, Saturday. Mr. Jlywell Davis of Louisville was here Saturday on outness. day ln Mr. Hershel Shull spent i Beayrr Dam, Sunday. Finley Nimmo of Roslne, was here Sunday. Mr. Tom Towney and Mlsa Mabel Rains and Mr. Chas Qaddls and MI3 Stella Phelps spent the day la Sunny-dal- e Sandny. Mr. J. C. Bennett of Hantford 'was here yesterday. Misses Algio Ticbeiior and EffleMul d hall of Taylor Mines were ere vee-ten- Mr. Thomas OUstrap andfeimily, Dunmore, Ky., are vls.tlnghe family of his brother, W. S. Oilatrap, at Uie present writing. Mr. Joe Kahn and family Morgan-tov- n are the gutfct of Mrs.W. S. Gilstrap and family. Mr. TViylor and a lady are vleltJng Mr. andMrs. T Wade SVratton. Mr. Fred Cooper, Hflrtford;!,wasl" , town one Uay last Week The children's day exercises were was splendid, and a large crowd ' present, Mr. Bud Gentry and family, Llver-mor- o are here tho gne&ta of,tiMr. and Mrs. Jno. Gentry. iWhlle hre they have been "fishing with fairly good i success ., ,nvn Some of our joung people attended the party in the Union ntlghlborhood " Saturday night. v Miss Floy Keown, Centnal City, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Alex3nhoad uJjf-Sjwday. Elder Jno. H. Tuck, Central City will preach hero on Friday evening before the flrat Sunday In July. Come and hear him. Ho alwaje has some, thing good. Mr. J. J. Wilson, represent mg the Acme Harvesting Machinery Co., pass oJ. through this place yesterday "Jim" says he is doing good. tjulte a number of joung people from Morgantown, woro here on a Sunday School outing a few days ago. They were accompanied by Capt. Nat Howard. All seemsd to be hav' i'' ing a goad time. ilra. Laura Stewart visited her r, Mrs. rbuckle, Plnchlco, Friday, while there fche went ,to see MlOTCora Burgess, who has bevn Iek for to long. She is not any better. Miss Mao Wilton, Select, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Alex Rhoads-SundaMaster Jack Dortch fell off the wharf hoot Into the river a few dajs ago. 'With the assistance of,frlendd he vas esouod, suffering a) Httlo strangle, hut otherwise unhurt. fThis should be a warning ito the joung people. Born to th wife of Mr. Ckujnce Haven on June 4 IV bouncHsrrl, Dr. Pal T. Willis attendins physi cian. Mother and child, doing alce-- i urday night-Mr-s. Amanda Stewart and daughter Bulah visited relative at Chambers Saturday night nnd Sunday. Leonard Taylors family spent Sunday at Charlie Taylors. A son of Moses Pryor shot his foot nearly off Saturday. Another son was bit by the train near Deanflcld and badly hurt a fow days before. Miss Maggie Martin has. returned from Owensboro, she was accompanied by sister Mre. Minor Harbout and daughter. Mr. Henry Mllllgan has purchased a new piano tor nis uaugnier, aiquu Mr. John Swopca family visited the family of Rev, Georgo Jones near PeJlvillo Sunday. v clothes friend,-Mor-gantow- GOOD the 3 lit-- , :lothej FOR to 17 hr i -..i Real Estate For Sale. By order of the Ohio Circuit Court, the undersigned is directed as as signee of the Ohio County Bank to re ceive written bids from such parties as desire to become the purchasers of any of the bank's real estate and report same to tho Circuit Judge atthe June 1911 torm of the said court. I have ln my hands for sale the following described real estate: One two story brick building and basement on corner of Main and Center streets, in Hartford, Ky., same now occupied by Barnard & Company as dry goods store and by Dr. J. R. Pirtle, as dental office and the same in which tho Ohio County Bank's counting room is located. About threo acres of ground in Hartford, Ky., on West side of M. H. & E. R. R., between Griffin and Fore man streets or Leltchfleld road. About 3 acres of ground in Hart ford, Ky., on east sido of M. H. & E. R. R., between Griffin and Fore man streets, Nos. 2 and 3 formerly were ln one tract before diviedd by the M. H. &. E. R. R. About 3 acres of town lots centrally located in the town of Centertown, Ohio County Kentucky. Or.o tract of land containing CO acres more or less near Horton, Ohli County, Kentucky, same known as the C. A. Edwards farm. About 13 acres of ground ln Hart ford, Ohio County, Ky., on North sld of Foreman street or Leltchfleld road, lying between L. P. Foreman's residence and the lot of J. W. Ford on the corner of Union and Foreman streets. All written bids are required to be handed in on or before Monday, the 13th day of June, 1911 the first day of the Ohio Circuit Court. A. E. PAfTB, 42tf Assignee Ohio County Bank I -;.. years old. The newLITTLE est and best materMEN! ials are put into our suits for the boys. V'W We take special pains to get the boys interested in this store. The boys of y are the men of MOTHERS, if you are interested in a suit for your boys bring them to us, we can satisfy you. iftj to-morro- w. - S to-da- SUITS $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50 $4, sls-ke- $5, $6, 7.50, 8.50, 10.00. E. P. Barnes & Bros. BEAVER DAM, - KY. ly. ay Na-nnl- a i clti-zen- Quite a crowd from Doaver Dam and adjaoont territory lwssed through heie Sunday enroute to High View. Prof. I. S. Mason, representing the New England Mutual Life of Boston, Mass, has been here for a week soliciting business.. He As a jovial, lively gentleman and made many friends while here. Mr. JSaker Dortch,iwho has been ia the army for tho ast three years, Is here on a Ylslt with his mother and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Waltaco' left Saturday night for St. Louis tovlalt relotUes. Messrs. C. W. and T. W. Wallace went to Bvansvillo on a business trip Saturday night. A great many fishing parties have been on the rlwr iu the past or two. Some nice catches haveboert" made. The family of Hon. R. B. Martin passed through hero going to" Mr. Frank Floentrs Saturday. Hurrah for Ed. C. 0'Rar for Gov ernor and Cal P. Keown for Representative 6f Ohio county. ADABURG June 12. Farmers of this place are Impatiently waiting for a tobacco season. Mr. and Mrs. William Foreman epoat Sunday iwlth Mrs. Mary Hamilton. The Adabuig ball team crossed bats with the Magan team Saturday and the scores stcod ten to two in favor of Adaburg. Mr. Tom Hamilton and Marshall attending Crowe, who have been school at Bowling Green, homo Saturday. returned Mr. and Mrs. John B. Morgan spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chartto Farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Washington Wedding spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bray A Jarge crowd attended the game at Mr. B. C. Greens' Sunday evei- log. R Roll Call Meeting. Beaver Dam Ky Juno W. There g and will bo a groat Home-comin- Rollall Meeting at Green River Bap wk tist Church, Ohio county, Sunday, The meeting will June 25, 1911. open at 10 a. m. and continue through tho day with dinner on tho ground.. An Interesting programme will he arranged in wh'ch .will be a of the members, when we hope all the members will answer. Let each member say; "when the Roll Is Called up Yonder, I'll be There." All invited to come and help with their roll-ca- ll SAlf! Number ono Clover and vest" and "Cream of Wheat". Madisonville Bolted Meal,' Timothy Hay, mixed. "Quail Brand." Number one Clover.Hay, First-clas- s Feed Corn. Hartford Mill Co.'s UnboltCorn Chops. Corn Feed Meal. Alfalfa Meal. Crown Alfalfa Feed. Acme Hort:0 and Mule Feed. Bran and Ship Stuff, pure wheat product. Best Northern White Oats. Rock Salt. Barrel Salt. Lime. OwonBboro's Best Patent Flour, "Clifton." Madisop ville's Best Patent Flour, "Bob White." Irvingtpn's Best Patent Flour, "itioiio Such." Hartford Mill Co.'s BesJ Patent Flour, "Cream of liar- ed Meal. German Millet Seed, Fancy Southern. Fancy Whipp'orwill Peas. Home Grown Peas. B. A. Thomas' Improved Stock and Poultry Remedy, and Hog Powder. Every package guaranteed. Minor's Fly Oil for Stock, Minor's Disinfectant Fluid. Chicken Feed Cracked Corn, 2 sizes; Wheat, Atlas Chick Feed, Atlas Hen Feed, Mica Crystal Grits, 3 sizes; Oyster Shqljs. presence, provisions and prayers, to make tho day one of pleasure and glory to God. A. B. GARDNER, Pastor. HERBER1. June 12. Rain Is needed very badly here as a Urge per cot of the tobacco is yet to set. Miss Ruth Lloyd who has been (vis iting her sister, Mrs. Arthur t(Ford the ixist fclx weeks has returned to Attention! n -- - Ddar Friends We want to again call your attention to the nice premiums wo aro giving swaywith CASH purchases. Dozens of Mr. Flunk Bminer hkia rturwed I roan our customers have taken adthe State University at Lexington vantage of our coupon offor where ho graduated last week, v why not you? Begin savingj Mis. Nancy Morrison of Owons-borspent from Friday until Sunday' ,witt coupons y and when you her grand daugiiter Mrs. VerdaiSwopo and family. have a sufficient amount, Mrs. SalHo FIed Is spending fotoa them for this beautitime with hre son, Mr, J. K. Floyd at McKensslo Tenn. ful SILVER TABLEWARE. Mr. Grant Mtdklff has returacd'from the Southern Baptist OonveHtioaat Tickets given with cash purJacksonville, Florida. chases amounting to 25 cents Miss Ella Gist, of near Macoo, visited her fathers family hero Satur- aud over. Fordsvllle. Mr. and Mrs. DndKjy Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mllllgan and daughter and guest, Miss Fuunte Simpson of Wbltesvillc, Mr. Arthur iFord and family, r. Hubert Uurdett and sis tier Mritie nttended 'the Home ,Cont log at Zloa Sunday. to-daex-chan- go Joues' Pure Animal Matter Fertilizer, made by the Jone Fertilizer Company, ot Louisville, Kyt Dtikt ..Iiptotm day and Sunday. Mr. John Martin Is at home from Iowa. ' r Alias Gertrude Barnefet of Byam- - Hertford Grocery Co. Th Produce Man, I W. E. ELLIS, HARTFORD, i KY. F Let Us Shoe You! t Carbon typewriter paper for sale at 34 tf. The Republican office. Flowers and Flower I'ots for wile by E. T. Williams, Hartford, Ky. 86. Women have qusr idtas of a good Mme, ut they sildom hare n dark brajji taste next morning. Most folks us3 Fixall for Floors and Furniture to be had at Ohio County Drug" Co., Acith'T Dinnm- - Sot will be given away Saturday at 4 p. m. by Ohio County Drug Co. 4Jtf QHERRIES WANTED Wanted at one6iV3..al tnllons of nice cherries, Call. at The Republican offlw. 47tf, Typewr'tT raper In all grades, type WTlter ribbons and carbon iajxr for sale all tli time at Tlie Republican office? 44tf TJ?o Cheapest Place of Earth to buy alf'Mmls ef Seeds. Tho OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO. 29tf Hartford, Ky. d Two haudsomc prewnte, each V at IG will be givcu away fros by the Ohio County Drug old stand. For every dollar's worth of goods bought you get a chance. 40tf. val-usenbso-lutelyCo.-urlff- in's we0r's,fttt&s$& DON'T DARN 4M 4flt2 to-da- y, W. II. Mooro & Son, Hartfowl, will pay cash for Ginseng and Yellow-root. ILjREG U, ,5. S4 PAT..QBF dLT NOW IS THE TIME to shake those High Shoes Think of the comfort and case that can be had in a pair of ) v Made on tspecial lasts so that there is no gapping at the ankles, and they cannot help but fit snug All the Popular Styles are made, to suit every taste famJ Burrejaps Patent and Dull Leathers Guaranteed 5 COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER Korrect Shape Oxfords rc v V If you haven't trkil a chocolate Nut Sundae get one at Ohio County Drug Co., 45tf Several resronded to my othr Te- qu-'for seMlemcnt. Did you? 47tf E. W. FORD, M. D.- FOR SAbE Cow and Calf. Both In good condition. L. M. STDVDNS. 47M HartfOrd, Ky., Route 2. Another dinner sot "was gipn away free by the Ohio County Drug Co., last Saturday. Mr. Hoyt Taylor was the winrr of hf premium. Mrs. B ttJa Sandora and son, Mr. Jim Sanders, of Louisville, are here vlsMng Mrs. Lavisa B. Fester, Mts. C. M. Barnelt nnd Mr. Herbert Mr. Guy Forrester, who for many months has ben linotype operator for Thj Republican, left ysrday for Earllngton, Ky., wherj h will accept a pos'tlon. Mwsrs. M. T. LiJoens and A. C Acton are In Cincinnati and Louis for ville this week buying goods their new store thait they have just complet'td. J Stockirvgs Put your darning basket in the closet. You won?t need it for six months if Hose-M- en's you buy one box of Hole-proof oroui 5v0S3I Or you r Floral design book of F. Walker and Co., of Louisville, nnd can fur-- , nlsli floral designs for funerals nnd special occasions. E. T. WILLIAMS. ,S Hartford, Ky. 30tf Prof. I. S. Mason, of Fordjvllle, has res gn,d his position as principal of the Fordsvill- - Graded School, to acoopt tho position of Supervisor of Agencies for thm New England Mutua Life Insuranco Co. Prof iMason has done Bplndld work for the Pordsvllle school, and it ds negrot'ed that he did not stay wh that Institution. pleted! their work at McHeiiry, that $1.50, Women's $2.00. will not have to darn a thing for four months if you buy a box of "Wun-derhos- e" for $1.00Men's or Women's. H? V 4 CV T1 1 ' u & SHAFti pp p.i- - n 3UK1 en 'AVKAKU makers ,v -- DnnnvxuMt UKUWKlUn, lUMIi ISJQ.LC npFs, Srrs- Too much cannot be said about the above line of Men's Shoes. Head the guarantee every pair warranted by us. We are backed by the manufacturers. 'So come, buy a shoe that you are absolutely safe in buying low in price, new in style, best in workman ship. And remember it pays to uade with a house that saves you money. Postmaster iHeavrln has made eome nice draprovenvnts on the postofflce recently. A now door has hxn placand. the entire office painted, ed kboth interior and ex'rior. Have your old straw hats the Hartford Pressing Ladles and gents clothes also. guaranteed, called for and ered. In Y. M, C .A. building Painters and decorator hare comat the lodge hall is owned byth Oddfellows and Red Men. It Is now tho most handsome and lodge "buildings this county or anywhere" near here. The interior presMr. and Mrs. Ira D. Bean have re ents a strikng appearance, and It turned from Trenton, Tvnn., where Is a plndd credit to tho fraternal they were called on account of the erganiaattons of that llttle.clty. death of the child of Mr. and Mrs. iProf. AV. C. Snultz, of Narrows,nns P. C. Miller, last week. as principal of the Fords coniv-enien- t THis Appeal To Yovi? If not, drop in and try a single pair at the box rate and get a better hose beian.olectfed nw at made Club Work deliv 44-tf-. jE&Zb&isfcx s Hartford Republican.' 4U'V PIRiDAY, r Members of C. H, aw requested to mett promptly afc the armory nJght. Only a few more weeks before the annaal encamprntJit. rrhe attendance of every member Js urged. Sat-urd- ay Ruth o has wky. ihijiviw. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Wh.iite.of Louisville, are vleitlng friends- and relatives in this coumty for a few days. Mr. White formerly lived here, but haa osn been In the employ of the Louisville Street Car Co. for several months, - JUNE "I 16. tr' T t .' r 0k IUInolSContralRallroad Time promit dx41very. Table. j Mrs. R. B. Mar'in and chaldron give up a call. 47W THE and Mi- s- Karrfii Flener sp3iit SunAt Beaver Dam Ky. day with nlativ a at Cromwell. Mr. Arthur Petty Mo. 132 due .05 a in. Mo.103 lie. Wayne Grfln spent Sunday !wlth his fanHy here. M'es Mury Taylor Kt Tuesday for a six weJis s'ay a Chuu'auqua.N. Y. SCHROETER'S. FOjOATING STUDIO is at the Hartford Warf. ffow Is the time to have those photoamade We guarantee Conre down North JBeuurt. NOR III No.lUduell J5a.in No. tn dn No. Ml (Iup 2 4S 8 Bound. p. 15 No.12SduaU.28p.lD. die 248 .M. ?, n. cj m formerly Maud Itticmpscn, Miss milliner for Fair & Co., to the guest jjr and Mr. sm Fair. Jamc-Felix has lytumed from to Springs. Ho xptcts Mrs. W. M. Mrs: John King is quite sick. mara anottr cripUnfew days. .ruaa ttsiiildn. Morris, route 1 is Miss Gcrin Flen jr loe returned to 'Quite sick. bar homo at CionwiH atter a rlslt 'Capt. W. H. Moore has been Inwith Mr. as-- Mrs. R. B disposed for a few days. Mr. W. P. Miller paid us an appre V6oa you v;ant an Ic Cnam So-- .int'f n iNAi lm wnii n n.iirl art ciated call one day this week Mr John P. Taylor is spending ft us 0Mo conry Drug Co. (Incorpor- h-r- ,w!ih hid parens heie- Ha" Vi-w- lai.-d., $ Ir, u. G. Ragland, of Ky" is tramttotlng busies lure. .: mm Nora Wadding Mt Wednesday for a visit ' Chpt. GwrFnToTHopynsiil vlllo, ds attending court heie Q6 btro - Is ft h her sister, Mrs. who Hup near Owena-- Is vlsWng her Mre. Iko -i Hiobhor, Mrs. Mate iiunuy, oi iw.v' . --!- Snilerlur ; fr, Mastijra Itnndall and Pearl Sander- of N'J Crok, . si3n.t yi'bUjrdoy her tiV-V4'-- Diam. show at Doavtr Dam, eevrai irora . . .., naruuiu it n.vu Wednesday .wl-- J t Vt "'u Vacation tilnw Is T,.m..i !"-11W o-- -- hand. Why not vn,. nf . 7" 7' Mrs. H. P. Taylor boa a ehort teit to Iwr horoo nowe? roturnd fron aughtr at Miss Mary Loxlntstoii. Mre. John C. IU1. who haa lKn tajvc-ra- l daje, Is for Quito fikk . Marks returned Wed nesday afternoon from Bob ling Groon aUiuding school wbero she has ljn - ft '. y :'t -- rMrrnlf anA Hnnnlv rSourt HtCOldB. , ft itonttord for MVC.rai oJB 00. Ohio County rrlng- -t 4h1 reC0Kte. ptuoori)orftwi.j I Col. C. M. Basnetit, senior jdlor of Mrs. S. E. Duke suffered o, severe Rapublloan ,v.tulJlod t0 . imralytic loko W.vlixday ha In look- wdnfitav. h aHfd in m bHtor, judg O'Rear'a ampalgii for Jng Rev. A. U. Gardner ami oaugiuer, Goyo,. Mts Bra Qardner, of Binver Dam, M1&8 WinoDa C. Stevens W yas- ,. "T1! i.1i v it- - j wuru viii"ii Vm Mjpnlav for itn extended U1l to the uvi uunton wene W. Mr. and Mr. atrn c4Ua and the saashone, jolrued at Loufalle by wju the guoets of Mr. ami Mm E. F, g Riwder, ef MoHenry, Sunday. a party of frind. Alisa Lois lfUlla 1'ark, of Fjsled- Countj- - Clepk W. S. Tlnsley Uas the nteud, Js the gwt f Mr. and Mrs. returned from a short vibH to " J. B. Tgppan and other work of the Hartford Stone and Con Mjnry's Seewwl Sammer Reme - strwition Co., near IrvJagton and a Guraa- trip to 0ett8boro. aV, "OTw Daby'a Frlead." tend, For wie at 0hk CouHty Drug j Qaly ond marriage lloewm hyg teen Ao. (iaeorpomM lawwd from the eoaaty clerk's of- Mra. A. P. Tayler and eblldsen, of- - flea sleeg- enr last repbut, as fellows; to Tula IUynwud, 22, Owwwboie, are Ure far m otid- - Ilarrkew yitt wikh Mm. T,yJw's paivnta, Daugherty,, if, tetk of MeileaFy. Wire married W B. REAr, 'Mr. much lUer. I For Suede or Oobo it Shots use "Chic' h fcwn Drug Mr. W. 3. Carver. State Inspector ..,, 1. 1 I -- - 11 . i. - ad J. of The annual memorial ser.vice Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knight-- of SCHROETERS.. l'jthlas was held last Sunday. a At elawn o'clock Kiright Rev. J. W. has accepttd position in the mechanical department, Bruiw delivered a splendid somion on The Republican. He is an exper- at the Baptist Chmh,and the serienced printer and untSl" a few dajs vice was atfriiid?d by the members in ago was foreman of the ijeltchfleld Ga- a body. Tbo K. of P. quarK-tt- e furzette. Prior to that ho was ad. set- nish d special music. At 3:30 In the ter on ithe OwensbarD Messenger. afternoon the members marched from Prof. Jol H. Pil., of Hardlnsburg, U13 Icdg3 hall to Oakwood Oenieto-rwns held, Ky., has gone to Washington, D.' C, where a short of fiw brotlns wro and the grav-swbaw ho has been mad-e- private wUh flags of the order and to Oongressninn B.n Johnson. Thle position was formerly lnjld by flawrs. Roger Gojv, of Hodgnsvlle, Ky.,hut Wlnn a store adveriisita it shows he was forced to resign on asoonnt of that it values jour trade enough to th critical illness of his wlf. ask for it; jou'ro considered to tho Opera extent of making lb easy for jou to Tho home talent play at what is offered In needed house lat Friday night tindor tho know Players' goods; the storo shows its dlreatlon of die Hartford to go on record in its stotu-nitra- ts Cluo was woH atitindcd and enjoyed Ooasidcring the tlm.3 for practice and about stock and service; tho rehearsals the play was splondldly roll advertising of an article as bulng dersd. Sivjclal songs and music by of a certain quality, and uti a stated Btxin's orchestia weie features ri price, Is In a Sense, a contract the seller and tlio twoon acta. buyer; ttie prlevs of adventfeed Rev. Virgil HlEln, 'pastor of the comM'Jthodlst church, left) Monday for goods must be to low tl'at petition can't meot them; advertis Mlsfes!rpl .where iho will visit his son for eoveral days, and desires us ing increases salos, enabling the etoro to announce that ther wJll ba no to accept smaller profits. Thto are pra8hlng ssn'I&a at the Mathodlst some of tho reasons wiry yu should buy from atoivs that advertise. TXe church in 'Hartford next Sunday. aro other reasons, and although not .Mr. Andww E. Glenn returned to you prflt by tbera. his echool work at Bowling" Groan stated, Mondtiy af iernoon. Ho was acoom-panliA Terrible Blur.dor. Hottlo by his sister, Miss to neglect liver trouble. Never do it. wlio will take a summer Glcun, Dr.-- King's Now Llfo Pills on course in the Normal, pwpiKatoiy to Take ooustlpatlon, bilthis the first sign of teaching In Hartford Oolieea iousness or inactive bowels and pro-ve- nt year. virulent indigestion, Jaundice A big cla InUtlou of 109 nMnbers or 11 tones. They regulate Hver, Is being arranged by the Woodmen of stomach and bowels and build up your tho WorUladU'jrni beheld at Liver-mor- e health. Only 25c at all druglsfcs. in on Sunday ffuly Z. Col. J. II. Brewer and other of flciala of the order The epoUiiug spray of Ely) Liquid will ba present. Quite a number of Cream Balm, used In an atomizer, In members of the local lodge will proba an unspeakable relief to euf forTK frctn bly attead. Catawli. Some of them .dusoribo It Mr. iFranlc G. Foivman, who has as a Godsjnd, and no wwulor, e been in tHo Naval Academy at An- - thick, loul dlschargo ds dlslodgetl napolki, Md., for Baveral montlks.has and the ,vout breakes freely, v& wkAfJH. Mitv. .In accepted a position wRh tho Man- li.rt.wj fan Hva fll-i- f chester Skeadusbtp Co.vof PtiHadelphla. Liquid Cream Baku contains nlluie He will sail on J use !tt for Antwerp, iwallutr. JDurifvlnc elements of tho in the interest of eomiuiny. Up- solid Sotm, and It never falls tx sato on leaving Annapolis be was gien isfy. SoW vby all druggiqte for splendid reeoaitneBdatlon from the riAnta liitludiEtr enravln. tube, or a Chief of tibe Marine Bogtaeerlng and mailed "by Kly Bros., 56 Warrm st. New ,Y.k, Naval Contruotlon Deiwrtiaeut. .. y, sui-vice . eec-reta- ry pictures and and ville. Nigh School fur this year. He was graduated this year from the Un. Iversity of Kentucky, and Is splendidly qualified in every way for the position. Other teachers havo been elected as follows: Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. J. H. Lojd, primary eighth and ninth grades; Prof. Russell Cooper, first assls,nnt; MlssGract WhrfaUnghill, s cond assistant. Prof. Thre. W. Vlnson.of Caldwell county.was in Hartford Wednesday mingling with the Republican voters. He Js candidate for the nom.ina.don for Suprintnduit of Public Ius'ruc-tion,an- d Is making a strong camitiign He knows personally more teachers and educational workers than any other man In Kentucky. Ho hasspem four years at Frankfort as chW clerk In the OWparitment of Publ'c Instruction, and is well acqubinVd with tho school conditiors in this State, For several joars he publMied the Southern School Journal, which is recognized standard among tlid teachers. than elsewhere, but without the guarantee. We sell more hosiery than any store in Ohio County. Believe it? Yes, we certainly do and there is a reason! Q$$&G&9SQSSQQQGGSGG A HOT DAY! there's more to follow. Whether you are picking raspberries in the White Mountains or dreams in the valley of the Wyoming, tor swelterAnd still te ba-twe- ing in town, you'll be glad you bought one of these cool, stylish and fashionable "Featherweights." Nobody ought to be without comfortable clothingit is all here everything in the light weights and next-to-nothings and the price -- 1 id doesn't stand in the way. We have fitted many. Why not you? We await your coming with perfect confidence, as we are sure from our extensive assortment we will fit you satisfactorily. Come here for your coolers in Suits, Coats, Trousers, Shirts, Hose, Thin Underwear, Straw Hats; etc. Don't bring much money -- you won't need it. T-h- Carson (L Co Incorporated s HARTFORD, KY. C? ClotHirs. r- - i ..! &- - "Wf ttwuWB iw- - " -- .. MMMMMWMMtMMiipli CtimberWmda bav MELODIES OF OUR KENTUCKY HIGHLANDS - ttn UP' OR SONGS THAT "JEST GROWED lfc called on. Mnj and Vitw ted, (ch In tho oilier, R Vrwwf,ftfflnlty, more pronounced in MJranuntic Weather "John iHx&y" H'hls real namo or not, ho Is tMft sprig a Mo the sentence. Ho enlisted, wiiiig war first, in tbo 6panIeh-AerIi- n 'and got as for as fonefttofa, whore "the devH led him" itNgame of Uar "losing poker "on the dark out" and got a life-terJlho Bong goes: In the game tie sltwthe winner, trlod to escape hut was captured. JOHN HARDY."I' by the John Hardy was dank et. bar, He was unconcerned In fh game; A lady throTV down a fifty cents, saying, "Deal John Hardy, in .tiie'gamc, loor boy, Deal John Hardy In. the game. II John Hardy throw down another JHty cents, ,. And says, "This monty will play! And the very first man who wlnmy money I'm going to blaw hinuawny." Poor boy, he was going' to blow him awnayl The poor boy did lose his money, piece, tho "Lady's" fifty-ce"blow" tho winner away, made a break for Kontucky, but was captured somewhere on the historic Elkhorn, presumably between Lexington and Frankfort. HI. Oh, boys,. I'm charged iwiith a hanging crime, Of which you know the offense; Murdering that man at the dark SxO. bar, All for fifty cents; Poor boy! all for fifty cents! nt their quo4n of HotMW fatwlgtj, more wbon Mn. iWtaii I return Theft Jhr ynu (WU my darling, OVrtH Directory Iw D. Rinse, Attwys W, T. I rre, Clerk; F. JJlr: B. O.QmmMMri K. T. Oollhw. ttx, Trwte Jury Fund; T. K. Black, 8W-IfHartford. Depulle- -. 0. Keewn an ttnt ten Bkick. Cowt efive In riormivi&, 0. M. BlRNITT tmn ywH w(l, I'm zoning bMk to wm yen r wr. Ormtt Cert T. T. Jf't tAlms im thouMRd yrrs. 4r)ha, Julei MidWff, 0..Br It SMITH, I' BARNEtT than ckewhef. A ' ' Heredity and Environment According To The Mountain Demosthenes. ff1 4 grammar is mostly confined to East TennesBeo, and North Alabama. To Some yuare ego th Itav. W. S. Ha-- have missed it Ib neither credit nor a boy from "Bloody Breathitt," discredit to any section but it comes in tbo mouUlns of Eastorn Kentucky from "Chaucer's purest well of Engwas spending a vacation at his na- lish undvfiled," and bUssona all tive lini, Jaokson, after n long mis- through our King Fames version of the sionary services in Jorn, I hoard Bible. "Unless ye become as these ono f hla vacation earmons. By na- (little) "You (young) ones, etc." tive dank complexloncd, rjsidence ones be ready for school". "We (youn .abroad had molded tho mountaineer shalj perish if the boat capsizes." luto something of a Mongolian. His You-es, abound down and tongue had Iwcn tipped with .tho in- there yet unless somp fantastic school voluntary twist that turned his groat marm has run therri"puCHIf. & she ," native land into tho "Oonltcd has broken down the purest English in spite of tho painful effort while trjing to correct an alleged to aubdue that and other jarts of error of speech. speech sack into the dialect of lils "Ignorant mountaineers," indod! jmtlva hills. His facial jxpreadon The milsest and jhe best of our groat, had caught the Orient tono. His litinhabit strong Anglo-Saxo- n blood girl (as eho then tle there. Thvy may not all be "culwas,) born In Japan of the purest tured" Cumberland mountain pareatage might "Knowledge dwells luavo bwn the fruit of a long line of Mongolians reaching back to th In heads replete with thoughts of oth or men. Japanese Adam's apple tree. Respective champions of heredity and en- Wisdom in minds attentive to their own." vironment as mast. inf!uMicing T(he strager dK-rwill meet with moral nnd ihj steal development might puzzling case, witih odds more generous hospitality, moro un find this a affected courtesy, more devotion to in favor of environment Judge Carlo B. Lyittle, of Manches good neighborship (In Us broadest ter, Clay county known on the stump sense,) more of the real Christ! The and at tho bar as the "Bough and writer, on bitter, cold Fedruaryday, Beady Dtmosthents" of the moun- having lost his gloves was riding tains, holds to the theory that even barehanded from London to Manchesthe saints of towns, rivers, creeks ter. A mountaineer, shivering on the and other surroundings are Impress- roadside, rushed out into tha mud ed upon tt character of the people. and forced upon the horseman a IV. gauntlets, "What," ho once asked tho writer pair of thick, honie-mnwhich lett his atn hands exposed. John Hardy had married a pretty wife jus vte sat amusing on the shoves of And she was all dressed;ln red; Goose creek, "what could be expect- He would hoar to no word of protest She stopped up to tho Jail house door or proffer to pay. ed of Red Eye, Hoss creek, Big, SUnk "The gloves are youns stranger you And it almost killed her dead! kig, Cut Shin, Goose, Poor boy, its almost killed her dead! need 'em raoro'n I do, and all I charge and the like except disaster to . V. Is, pass 'em on to the next man." the community? at tho dfipot For any incidental Madness the inorn-talne- Johnny was My friend was not pressed to guess station, may bestow, his invariable what effect the name of Manchester, So dark he could not see, Injunction is, "Pass It on; pass it on if exchanged for "Winchester" (the When a dirty old policeman took him latter, at that time, being much fn to the next man who may need it!" by the arm, Of course we all rejoice In every evidence around Manchester,) might movement for a bettor sohool system Saying, "Johnny, come go" along with 3iave,. for Manchester was his home, me." T where charity begins and sometimes In the mountains as elsewhere in Ken Poor by, Johnny, ,comeeo along tuoky, but the hope remaiss that her abides. iwlth me." Drawing his pencil, the Judge jot-to- d noble poeple may never become too tflho fifth trs& of the song belongs cultured to be civilized. Some fow down "on the spur" and on a among the first of a dozen or more .stray shoot of paper these impromptu of them (1h times patt) would kill an enemy for reenge, but not for rob but I quote the sequence ae I recall " llnes: bery. Educate 'um to the point not the singer. The following was jngby ewcot When Red Eye Into Hess Neck pours to kill they know how net to rob by Its 'measly moonshine .tide, instinct. Then, as a rule, the moun- HtUe Rachel. This song aUo"JeSt Big Stinking Boattens, as he goes, tains will shew a nobler population growed up" line at a time, it lsthu Old wide. than tho Bluegrass or .the sedge gross faiwll of another soldier to bis Far out in a mountain county, thir sweetheart "it's be.-- my sad misWhon Bull Skin into Cut Shin runs. ty mlks from, a railroad or school fortune," ho 6ays (with mental And Cut Shin Into Goose; no doubt) "a soldlar for d house, Hved a boy ten No wonder people get their guns years old, In an humble log cabin (his to be." Pensaccla, however, was only And (sometimes) turn 'em loose. parents were poor), which had no ves 300 miles away, not 5,000. "Suppose," the Judge went on, mus- llge of book or printed page not ova "I'M GOING TO JOIN THE ARMY." ing half aloud, "our winding sums a bible. At last a little I. "Vjiiet look at Goose oivet, dimpling was built neartty in which a-- sweat, He: s it flows, none lovelier on earth young lady eonsented to tach a r". So fare yu well, my darlfogyi. , Goose creek and our other He school Sammy, wJWsyed, cam for uiflVeuilBnis wre set to heavity mu- ard to ''matriculate." , So fare. you well, my dear, ., ., .. . fcV i m going xo join mo army, Sn'eot Afton, ' "Samuel," the teacher askjd, in Ver sic like 'Flow Gently I'm going to volunteer! Among Thy Gren Braes; Bonnie Ay res gentlo way, "have jou over been to It's been imy sad mlsfortUBoJi'ai Thou Ssiioet Gliding Kedron; Yo school before?" '"be Banks and Braes O'Bonnle Doon and hkated; then A eoldier for tp be, Oh, bo contented, darling, pother immoi Lai raolodies? Could there proudly lifting the unkumpt head And don't jou weop for me. evr have been any shooting from "but I eeed a book oneat!" behind these rocks? The very ten-.- J look out for the Mountain boy who II. He's coming derness of name and song would melt seed a book oncet! I'm going to Plensacola, into tbo heart to civilize, to bancti- - Father Abeam, Wiroe hundred ihous-f- y To tarry for awhile, and to soften." and strong, and rajben he gits there So far from jou, my darling, The regular preposition "agalnbt" he'll be imard from. He comes f About five thousand miles! Is rarely hard in tho highlands. Tho a race puivr than American of a rae colltTge graduate, after a 'brief so- - untalned as yet wit-- airy alien mix- - She: She wrung her lllynwhtte hands, jonrn, catch us himself running up titro the pure, unadulterated Anglo-"agai6o mournfully she cried: something. The wise judge Saxon. ' the erudite lawyer utters his edicts In the mounatlns, songs aro sung You'ro going to Join the army, And In that war you'll die. from the bench or fulminates from that you can hoar nuwh'ere else, the forum "agin" whatever stands in TSioro is (or was only a very few Your waist s tco sleud-- r, , Ypnr flng'rs long and small,. ils way. Men and women whose edu--- years ago) an absence of tho Your chveks tco red and rosy may 'be as liberal as the unl- time 6tuff which tickhs the ears of To faco a cannon ball! university caH supply employ the sole "civilized" groundling. Ih most of sm Involuntarily after a brief Htay these songs thero breathes tho weird, He: i know my iwaist is slender, , melody tho tenderness of It shows what enviwmnunt or ncci- My tlngera long and small, word3 and musi llko the walling of dent dther, may work. But Jt would not make me shudder Aid, by the may, what right has the winds in mountain caves-ihum- an To see tun thousand fall! its sympathy for th heio of tho story the cultured East to turn up f ago I was whom misfortune (or crime) has over Tainted nana? Some III. incidentally associated for several taken. The hero may be wicked in tlio same household at jond all conscience, Iwt It is he, She: I hoar the cannons roaring, Washington Oily with a cultunedNow not "the dirty lolicemau," wlio gets The halla are flying high. England 1wly, Borne y.ara past mid- - the sympathetic twr. The drums and fifes are rounding, Ue age, of the bluest Boston bluo I caught the words ftvould I could To drown tho drtdful cry! Wood (to mention which strain would write tho music also! of John ilardy In the center you'll be wounded, surprise,) Mho had become deep- - from pretty and lKtlte Miss Rachel E. cause in the oontr you'll Ibe slain: y interested in Gnral Ben But- - Haes, youngest Bkrttr of iBouglas It'll breoJc my heart asundor y ler" fad, and drjw her Hayes, Brrtuthiittj couutyrfame, who If I nowr eeo you naln! j inspiration from ivadlug newspaper bvsars the unique distinction of having er IV. tlmo) two par-Jlrather than oral discussion, "earned" (after giaaJtu were prUa)w, not as good dons, one each from Cav, J. C. W. Tlio shijw al aiand at aHtiiorn-.Th- e aaherixducatlon; she InvarUbly dur- - Bockliam and Gv. W, fV. Taylcvr. Llt-in- g boys all drvsaod In blue "" hv flnanIal arguments, nef- - tie Rachel "sang the wild songs of You'ro going uway to Join thn, .red to General BitluJ paper as "flat" her dar naMve latnl," accompanied And, love, what shall 1 do? . jnoiey. Tlio treasury not being flat on the inelodun, In a natural, not V. (wbu 6ipead outi), tho good old lady cultivated vice, soft, low tivreL nnd very naturally misconceived the "is- - silvery the voice with which Jenny Ho: ' I'll sail aiound tlio ewcmyi jHiei" Ivynd cauglit tlie world's jnr from ftty fortune for to try; ; - here mountain home hi Switzerland. jJt'iiJ-asurprise sonw of the "letterI'll think of .you, my daillng, of the Now England tdgv-- j John ilardy )lk) otiier niountalH '" And oft sit down ad cry. gfOMand Kentucky bluegrass to learn sxngs as Mi&s Rachel exprtfesed it, VI ttot'Jn our Kentucky Cumberlands 1 "Jest gro'wed up," little by Htt)j7ftd-lW- e llfn SJP" " or a we- -' dd as the inspiration came, but no, If vou11 tiortrav iiovt-- r lint a you-en- s rPhrouirhowt the esoat 1 ,' not known how it happen- - suggesUon fnom outside. L.&1 o' I'll marry ou, wydarllng, edj?lut fcucb Since 1808, as before, the Ketuky of good, (In JJoulsvlllo Poat.) g, ns we-ueTa-ttsld l o de tln er ln roser-vacation tw-headelog-hou- se it to hoped tbnt tfee fMWHl couple were not eMjd to "pertmy tbe single lWo" for even one year, to sy nothing of tan thouMBd, but that the hero retupBed, with the smo rosy cheeks that hfid fced the cunnen ball. Tho reader iwllj agree tet In the muthcro is more which I heard sic of these songs, many, than in thor wording, but to bo touched almost to tears, one must hear the weird, melancholy cadence of the voice. (fM-lf)s) Matr f. Attorneys at Law, HAXTFORI, - KY. Men-da- y VHl practice their prefeosiea in all th weeln; UiTrd MonSay in April, two week weeks; courts of OWo and adjoining oet w ViMutdv In June. t)ire third Monday In October two wek. ties and Court of Appeals, flp U . Wedding, juuge, County CourU-'- R. given to all fetrstnt e.,ntfltst Atto their care. Collections at,u theiPrae- W. S. Tlneley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, torney, Hertford. Court convenes first tice of Criminal and Real Brtats Law Speelaltles. Oflee la Republican' bulUI" Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court fieslns on leg. tho fourth Monday in February, May. August and Novomler. first TuesCoart of L. day .in January and flrat Tuesday In October. S. Motley, Other County Offlcert-- O. Ky., JR. F. 1J. Surveyor. A Reliable Remedy No. !; Bernard Felix .Aseeeoor, Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, HARTFORD, - KY. fl J FOR Dr. A. B. Superintendent, Hartford; ltllcy, Coroner, Hurtford. Will practice bis profession m Ohi JUSTICES' COUHTS. and oxljolnlng counties and in the Court B. 8. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday of Appeals, Criminal practice and CoEly's Cream Balm after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday af- llections a Specialty. Office la the Herter 3rd Monday In Juni, Tuesday after, ald building. It quickly absorbed. 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after Cie Relief it Once. 3rd JMonday In December. It cleanses, soothes, u. li, acou, uromweu, weuneBuuy.uiie heals and protects 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after memtlio diseased 3p4 'Mtnrtav In R.nLimhal1 W.ilniiBilaV brane resulting from Catarrh and drives 3rd Monday in December. awny a Cold iutlielleiul quickly. Restores after II, Miles, Kockport; Friday after John the Senses of Tiisto and Smell. Full size 3rd Monday in March, Friday after GO cts. nt Druggists or by mall. Liquid 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd HARTFORD - KY. Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Grcnra Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts. Will practice his profession In all th Ely Brothers, CO Warren Street, Kew York. i J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday in MarchSaturday af Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, ter 3rd Monday in Jue, Saturdays after and in the Court of Appeals. Also No- - , 3rd Monday In September, Saturday af-t- tary Public. Office over First National 3rd Monday In December. I .Bank. 2nd Monday in February, Tuesday after- "Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd JOHN B. WH.80N CBA8, M. CIIOWB JMonday in November. Thomas Sanders, Dundee.Wcdnesday after the second Mouday in February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In NovemSucceed when everything else fails. ber. In nervous prostration and female ' S',Y' M1'es. Fordavllle, Thursday after 2nd Monday In February, Thursday after weaknesses they are the supreme - KY. 2nd Monday in May, Thursday after remedy, as thousands have testified. &di Mronay n August, Thursday Will practice their profession In aU after Monday In November. FOR KIDNEY.L1VERAND J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after the courts of Ohio and adjoining counSTOMACH TROUBLE Monday In February, Friday after 2nd 2nd, ties, nnd in the Court of Appeals. k k the best medicine ever soM M,Jldy J?. a"er 3rd over a druggist's counter. a"er 2nd M0n' Special atitentlosi elves to criminal practice and to collections. Offloa oa HARCFORD POLICE COURT. Betoriry and eontinw three 4) uuii d Clftlras-Coavc- nea FRANK Attorney at Law, FELIX,, CATARRH -- Attorney at Law YANOYL.MOSLEY. -- er Electric Bitters TRY THE REPUBLICAN y I WILSON & CROWE LAiYRRS nS n.asucsr' eJsW C. M. Attorney; Sam Riley. Marshal; Court r?innf,eco,?dTMoI"dy w e:h month. TCly :o,y,ncl,-S- ,, J1- - WHllams, Mayor; Treas- ?' Sol",ns Clerki s- - K-- Main Bt, opposite Court House. ci. "en J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD. KY. SPECIALTY. OTTO C. MAKTIN fin.il:. r rv51ey cretary, c. M.chairman; Barnett. and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. - lenn. Ohio County JOB WORK WE DO THE RELIGIOUS SERVICES. a. m. 9"ffi 2a EnChurch South-Servi- ces monring All Matters Given Prompt Attenthird day In ePF every: f,ret an(1 School Sun- tion. month. Sunday PENSION AFFIDAVITS A 9:45 .Prayer SATISFACTORY KIND a. m. S, VIDB' nesday evenlnir. n.meet i" S;er,r:.ve ," Dru"cr' pastor. .SSS'rS mnSl'S.' Chyrch-Servi- cea meeting nv cVlr every- - L'lgin Pastor? every Sunday Mun"ay School S. P. McKENNEY Schons111, pastor. m' Syd 7 P' ,n- - Sunday E der AV B Wreht Martin & McKeoHey Hartford, Ky. ea?hI'LonhiUrchrSrv,ces f,rst Sunday in SEqRET SOCIETIES. . Hartford Lodge No. CTsf IT M., meets first and third Monday each month. Owen Hunter, W. night In 4T P. Foreman Secretary. ' ICevstonp . NT f!' ' General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK 4 ha t. i,iV e.i.ii'?. rh.Ar Wt8VJSIencreVari?0re imo. 81, O. B. ""'uwu meets seonn,i o.i .' .. mecta nverv r?hnn n-u JH, & LA and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. S.. "o rAvJ."'"i..JUU"u? oven- xt ln W'"- - M1SS Llzzle Miller SecrCtarV?" l4tni?.B of r. -- pub-,iiF?p- se e- "No-o-ome- ," Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M.. nieets every first and third Thursday ' Foreman, Record Keeper. ouu.mno mve o. , i, o. T. M., meets every first and third Friday night In The Contemplation of in each month. Mrs. Attyo GrKfln.Lady Commander: Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881, Beauty meets 1st Saturday flight in each month. EBB" Prc8 ; w D-- Luce woman is there Is no charm that a Treas prouder of than a pretty set of teeth Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets fourth in Beauties who lock this essential and second nnd W. It. Friday night each month. Hedrick. wlhoeo front teeth are a disfigure CM. Harnett Secretary. Noble Grand Ohio Tribe No. ment, have bridge work Inserted, as Men, meets second 188, Imp. Order Red and fourth Wednescannot be distinguished from the day night In each month. James C. Benit nett. Sachem. A. E. Tato. Chief of We are experts In natural teeth. tford Canp, W. O. Con-and bridge worh, (gold Inlays ..? SOI?,?,a,naor. Thomas W. No. 202 Clerk,v crown Williams; Wallace. and plate work. Preston Morton Post guarantee on all work. Sat holds regular meetings No. i, O. A. R Written Saturday beforo uj cucn inonin. Asn-for- d isfaction in every particular. i.ili Commander; Mills, A""' M. Rogers, so-Ac- r: ?r. "X?c. cT'j. - "!-"- 1511 IShIKI ii. UurougUy, wiwwiuKufuuit tfcunvikaui PATENTS kdnrtlM AT TH ADEMARKmt5lSjB, at oat B. I I I SB; PA"t BenU irodcL photo or tkctob for FREE report . p.nui.muij,, .v prMCUCe. 8UR PA8SINQ RIFEF1CNCE8. Foe fre Guide rt-- .i i' wvk oa t runuxbui writ to jrrr B03-B0- B ""ani Seventh Street. u vm. u. s. KILLthe COUGH AND J. CURE the LUNC8 i DR. H. J. BELL, DENTIST, Office in Republican Bldg. lt-i- , vag-ccrti- Doth Phono Hartford, Ky. far-aw- SEEDS9 MKXMB-SBBDS SUCCEE0 J tlis UiWrtf.wMi k.itoiTuittlUiaU. U.4J.AK. , 6.S.A0S Write today;'Meatkm this Psptr. i AtrlilwUl" Mai U kH4 Nw B m&K8 tou our pcrBuooot cunemcr. auk,iTTn.iieiut-Priie rolWrtkM lw. la Klnfll tTWU'W. l ijjifc.TiiiiiimB 11 o noeM i Tani. i ipienau i u.k.. w SPECIAL OFFER: !. A. S. of B. National Officers: Presldent-- M. F. Sharp Narrows, Ky. Vice rresident-- J. M. Woods. D. Kump, Indianapolis, Ind. State Officers; H. M. Froinan, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson oounty Vice President. S. B. Robertson, McLean county, s. O. P. Roomer, Warron county, State Organizer. ..c,.c' A,1U. Henry county, nnd Lat-t- ie Graves, Allen county, Assistant Hate Secrotary-Treasurcr-S. Sec-Trea- Dr. King's New Discovery w AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. F0RC81fsHSae. QUAItANXUEO SATISFACXO&Yf QU MONEY REFTJNDBD. organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Harnett, .. .Ohio coun- . . . IT . n..nltn Tliu.li wun, uiuuntMi Luiauy, v. jj. it. Muliljnberg county. jjij. A HAVE YOUR SUITS VVAAAkAAAtW SEND lO CENTS a eorr ImW4 puklof aA4 yelv UU TtlsftV kN.W.ktttN, """BWWBRHLi flat-vnoiie- Ohio County Officers: H. L. Stevens, Pros.. Reaver Pam.Ky. Henry Plrtlo. Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hurtford. Ky. COUNTY- BOARD OF BDUCATION. Henry Loach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. 1. L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, K, f. D. No. 5. 2. H. C. Hurtfotd, Reynolds, Ky. 3. U, S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. 11. L. Alford, Wlilta Run, ICy. - Cleaned i Pressed ft fi ing e, J. Tflrhnrf1 llnmai tTavlnn Xlnn. T.r. ' L. Brown, iloskport. Ky. JtiMont (Afc V JfteaArArecofiqr 'POSITIONS' tPlWTJFUL dlnu" s.Jit h,, & (H&P "i-- 7'X &ewvity Gn?en3fidtfMiJ 'Zzwiftdtifiy, X. NUl Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per cam-nataa- use old-ilm- I. month. 'A a a,d VMJV. Ate Hartford Pressing GMt, Y. M. C. A. BLDQ. YWcvrAr'A HARTFORD, KY. 4 X ' Jn non-secre- weakness and disease o! the feminine organism. No ww but .woman can tell the itonr o( the suffering tho tha dfPOfldency endured br women who carry drburden oTUMiMlthnd pain because o disorder, aepjiBU o the delicate and important organs that are tetiy feminine. The torturea so braveW endured com-P?lPet the nerve if long continued. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a positive cure foe Despair and Despondency .d A Glorious MOUNTAfN Change. ECHOES. rUStlls IT MAKES WEAK W0J1EN STRONO, 5ICK WOMEN WELL. allays inflammation, heals ulceration and soothes pain? tones and builds up the nerves. It fits for wifehood and motherhood. Honest medicine dealers sell it, and Mreraiumi 10 urge upon you as "just as good." i t, u It and has a record of forty years of cures. A Yot Nbiohbors. They probably know of some of its many cures. ydu.want a book that tells alt about woman's diseases, and how to cure If them at home, send 21 one-cestamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cont of mailing .. ..- -.. fll-- .-- f nrl AMv. anrt h - will ""M vnt. m m -"a jitv wpr ui Lr. great .1 innusanu-paK-t " " ins musiraicu Common Sense.Medioal Adviser revised, up-tdate edition, in paper covers. handsome 31 stamps. la Address Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y. It It "" 1 '" --- .. o cloth-bindin- i I i. KA single motion is quicker to make than two. needed to make any character desired on the complete, Straight-linkeyboard of the . SPEED is e, key-for-every-character Only one motion easy action light running. Model 0 1 yKffiKjgslgaMfvj) liaaaaaaaaaaaaaaliaaaVH Write lot information to The Smith Premier' Typewriter Company, Inc. ST. LOUIS, MO. vv Ij FKtiSjtS Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers'Book on patents. - "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for search" of Patent Office records. Our.Mr. Greeley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had.full chargeof the U. S. Patent Office. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed."1 Tlw ItepuMJoan party in Kontuoky a epUjadld opportunity otforod It offer oao hundred dollars for any fBOCUnEOANOOCFSNDIO.,1" to t!eot a Oovornor and to also se- case If fails to cure. Send for testimonials. rrro Tik, how to otikiii ptwata, lrJ mutt, I cure cntrool ot tho LaglaUtur A3 I conrrurhu. etcu in ill r.nllNinlC9. by It Iwcamo mow and A.ddi9i: F. J. CHBN'HV & CO., ToleBusinnt dirrtlnirh WaMngtm tavtt time,! the dare ko do, Ohio, monrjr anaqitn intfitni, more certain, (that Juilgo B. C. Ottlear SO Acres ot the finest Rough river Pitnt itii Infrlnfemwt Praetlci Eclutrtly. Sokfby nrugglsta, 7Gc. Wrlta or mnu to will bo the nomlnoo or Governor, ani bottom land located three miles west OBm,! BJ1 VloUk Itrwt, n, VitU4 ItetM TiUtA "- that a uplondMd running ticket will 1m Tako Hall's Family Pills for con of Hartford. About 20 acres in cultistipation. HI namod ralth him. The nomination ot vation. Oood dwelling and out build' Judge O'Rcar will bo a ploaslng one lngs. A bargain for $1,250. p Just Half in Bed. te not only the rank and file of the Clyde.Ky. Mrs. I. A. Dcckor wrltol Republican party, .but (thousands ot We have 4G0 acres of fine bottom Dumoorata will vote for him dn the from "Clyde, "I reaommend Cardul, land from one and a half to two final olcotlon in NoTcmbrjr. (Hia posi- the woman's tonic, to nny wcmiam In miles of Hartford, part of It with tion In regard to the oounty unit bill, nood of a roinedy. For five years, I timber. Also about 75 acres of up60 YEARS' redlstrlctlng of th State in accord- was unablo to do my work. Half ray land belonging to the same tract. EXPERIENCE ance with ithe prorlslng of the Consti- ttmewa3 spent in bod. At Wanes, 1 Terras oasy. tution, his advanced position as to could not stand. At last I tried Careducation and general advancement dul. Now I am well and linpipyjand story framo A new one and one-ha- lt ot tho State in jwry direction, aro can do my own work." Don't suffer building with flvo rooms and largo looked upon with favor by tlw leading pain, headache, backache, and other reeptleon hall, built out of the best men of all partlo3, and party linos wll womanly niUory when your owndrug-gtathaso- n Trade Marks Situated on Clay selected material. Designs M3 Shelf a remedy Oardul be already obllberatod In a deslr to and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. COPVniOHTS &c. Ii-- 6 vote for a airong, olvin, earnost, con- get a bottle for jour sholt Anrin andtn( a ltrh and description Lot C0x205 feet. Fine well of soft an qntcklr asct rtnln our opinion free, whethernif Inrentlon It probably patcnMhtii, Communlcit. secrated man. water. All necessary out buildings. strictly cono Jentll. HANOSOOlT on Fatenu lions mib irvv. ineit agonor iurB0ruriufrPMOiic. In strong contrast to Judge O'lWar, Stop Those Pains. Terms reasonable. I'atent taken tkrouih Jlunn A Co. recetrt tytclM notice, without cnre. In tb the Democratic party offers a candi Tlmborvllle, Miss. Miss Gertrude date "W ho Is the choloe, not of the Gotlln.-toGood nlno room two story dwelling Thnbarvllle, writes: "1 rank and file of (the Democracy, but A handsomely lllnitratd weeity. In Centertown, Ky., La3 good cisTrcest rlr did not know anything could stop those enlation of any irtntlOo JnumaJ. 1 erms. $3 a of a few politicians within the party womanly pains, tern, good cellar, never falling well jeart four months, H. iloldbyall newiiiealen. from which. I Buttered wh03o desire It is secure control of Hew York of water, good stable and other out MUNN&Co.38'8 for two years, until I tried Cardul. I Branoa Offlce, OS 7 DU Wasbtuton, D. C the party machinery The candidacy had been troubled with various febuildings, one acre lot of ground. A of Senator AlcCreary has failed to uplendld location for family residence male ailments, but they were cured In arouse much enthusiasm in many quar and hotel. Price and terms reasona little whllo, ttianks to Carudl." Car ters, and the party now soo3 its mis dul is especially adapted for use by Subscribe for The Republican able. Apply to take in putting him up for Guberna ailing women. DARNETT & FOSTER,'Asent3, It But the die Is oast, backache, dragging relieves headache torial honors. Hartford, Ky. $1.00 per year. feelings, irreguand McOroary roiill follow In the footlarity, nervousness, misery, and womsteps of tHager as a sacrificial lamb anly weakness. R is safe. It la rolla to be led to the slaughter. ble. It does the work. Will you try While we believe that Judge OUVjar B-- 7 It? Please do. POSITIONS GUARANTEED will receive nearly twice A3 many MeCroary in November, there votes as will GUARANTEE you a position lr you us real soon. We need many more Is cause for still greater rejoicing at onco to Bupply tbe enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we set tbe required Kentucky Republicans. Whene among number ofstudents tnis offor will be withdrawn. So nominations have Twen made for the Buckbee'i "Full o Life" Northern Grows wrlto at once for particulars. o( reputation of Pediereed Steds have strong, clean, able men wcoeuful seed growinga behind them. .tS years to Legislature It pays harmonious in plant cne dcsi.Specialties have been selected, Seasonable every Instance. On itlw otiher hand, BBANS Earliest Red Valentine . . $i 50 Bushel the Legislative conventions of the . . J j 1$ Bushel Refugee Extra Early New Strinifless Green Pod . J3 70 Bushel Democracy have in many instances BUSINESS COLIEGE Wa-- d well's Imp. Kidney Wax $4 jo Bushel IKOoaroaiTBO Davis New M11te Wax . . 14.75 Bushel been bitterly contested, and the party W. SCRVVARTZ Currie's Rust Proof Wax . $4 50 Bushel PRlNCirAl. L,orjisvir.ZjE. ky. ESTABLISHED Ift04 has been dpllt up as a result. The PEAS Extra Early Alaska . . . $1 50 Bushel Is toward a majority trend of the times New Early Gradus . . . . $$ 50 Bushel Horsford's Market Garden . J? 50 Bushel ty tor the Republicans In both Ibranch-e- 3 Buckbee's Lightning Express J5 00 Bushel of the Legislature. IHEACHT0WM Lettuce, Raduh. Tomnto and a full line of and dlatrlet to It will Indeed be a glorious consuir- - Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing a prices. list of ride andeihlblta Send for complete catalogue or submit Our spmli evervwhere an sample uif't Moaei -- itancer- dictcib lurnunea ot tnatlan If the Republicans secure con- your requirements ana will quote prices. maidnz money fast WriuoruUirlicitlarxaHJifectalefftratonCi. fit Buy direct from the grower Sae Money. trol of the Legislature in Kentucky. NO MONKV Ui:lfIKi:i until voil releandanDroveof vOur bicvcle. WtahlD Write today. Mention this paper. to anyore, in the U. S v tthout a ctrtt dePottt in advance, prtp ti freight, and With a Republican administration and allow 'IKK 1) VS' FKBIC TKIAI. duime which lime joumiynde the bicycle and put it to any test you wish If jou are thn not perfectly minified or do not trull to Legislature to 1368 EHickb with a Republican Keep the uicycie snip 11 Dacic to us it our expense Ana rat u til not ot out one cent, Rwkford Seed Firms. Rackford.It teSt., ETAOTHDV PDIOTC We furtuih the hjchsst crade btmcles it is possible to mate back It up, great good will be accomrHOIUUI miULO at one small proht above actual factory cost. You save u middlemen's profits by buym? direct of us and have the manufacturer $ ffuar to relieving the State of conplished in onae behind jour bicycle. DO NOT llt!Y abiocleorapairol ttres from anyone sx any trice Until ou receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factor ditions which 'havo ben oppre33iw f rices and rttnarkacte special offers to rider agouti our beautiful catalogue ani whc" ou receive and which havo retarded tho progress lUU VlILL Dt HdlUnldtlLU stud our superb models at the wonderful! Ladies! ave Mney an Keep in of this CommonNealth. linvfrtces vre can maKe i ou this year, w e sell trie nighest grade bici cles lor less money than anr other lactorv. We are satisfied with i oo crtit above factory cost. Style by Reading McCalri Republicans should $t busy and see UICVCLK UKA1 Kits, ytju can sell our bicycles under your own name plate at our prices Orders tilled the dw received. I laV Cinuill Magaziae an3 UsingMcCall Patterns to It that the .very ablest men are sebKCUND 11 NI) IIICICLUS. We do not rctrularlr htndle second hand bicycles. buT nann tiken in reuu stores, ihese we clear our usually rpromptly have a number onfrom $.1 to BK tnde by our lected as candidates for the LegisMcCall'MaraiiBwill or ftMO. Descripuve bargain lists mailed free at prices ringing help jou ilrcos ttyl' MKALLS HAOZIHZ and MRCTCD RPAtfPQ aniRle Miweis. imimrtiMi roller riminsprtcts peaais, parts, repairs and lature, and .then bend every effort to at a uiotlerato lihl vvnwibirwnniiiiV equipment 01 an junas at nay foe usuai retail exuouso lw kooplUK elect thera In November, If wo aro ynu postoil on tbe PIlNalTIIRF-Plinn- F 50 successful, the State will, go forward latest (aslilona In clollici and hats. 0 ME.-H- f SAMPLE PAIR with leap3 and bounds and legislation SEiO Now 1'nslilnn I)cslitn3 BlkHOiigM 31--LI 70MJnODVCE,ONLY In vach Issue. Also will be enacted which will Invito out Mlunlilo Information 77 regular ttUilince ottteu ttres ti on till homo ami per-- r siders to come and be one of and with. SSJO ttr tatr. out to tuttottnee we tvtll jnal uiatturt. Only tellyouasatplepairtor$tOlicashvitlhtrdtr$iS. us. COc a year ljicludlne V hem drops to a teaspoon- dlreaUy on tho blood and mneeua surfaoea of the syatom. fTney doses ftd.- 10 rom It flow For Sale Real Estate! - .jji. t!7TiJ!.ry Scientific flmcricniK f -- SEEDS WE iiiLir WANTEDrA e RIDER AGENT H. W. BUCKBEE -- a 8 KFAfiFi. CriC TSnl lll.h. T 4 80 ,1 "tK k rwt ram rrt (am rv CASTOR I A Infants and For Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought GREEUY&M9INT1RE I INCORPORATED Bears the Signature of &&UZ( Patterai n 111 oi.T Inmo. Willi )ouronnlinnils clotluncfor clilltlrrn wtilili will l) prefect yourlf ami fit. In stylo anil ri'.e nono lilKhcr tliou 15 ccuU Send for froo l'attern CatnlOk'tio. We WiH Cm Yoa Fiat Prtitott for itcttini; yourTrlixids. Soml for freo Premium (, atalouuo ami I a.'li 1'rlzo Offer. THE MXUi COMPANY. Z39 lo 24) tfnl 37A St.. NEW 10RK McCalt a ir.o piittcrn. but). senilis t day or soud for froo satnplo topy. cinbtoyou to makn In your NO MORE WASHINGTON, D. C OUR CLUBBING RATES. KThk Republican and JPThe Republican and Rkptblican fW 1 The Republican The Republican The Republican; The KEPUBLiOAN I f - The Republican ' I f The Republican The Republican The Republican TlfE Republican Jr i- $1.35 Courier-Journ1.60 1.75 and St. Louis ! 1.25 and Home and Farm 1.75 !. 3.25 Daily Herald and Louisville 3.25 and Uauy uwensooro inquirer T.wico-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 and 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 and New Idea and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, .. . 1.50 and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 1.25 al Louisville Herald Globe-Democrat A Peep Into'the Pocket. would show tho box ot Bucklon's Arnica Salvo tliat E. S. Loper, a carpenter, ot Marilla, N. Y., always carries."! have never had a cut, wound bruise, or sora It would not soon hoal." lie writes. Greatest healer ot burns, boils, scalds, chapped hands and llp3, fevor-oreeczema, corns and piles. 25c at all druglsts. in skin-eruptio- andTwice-a-WeokOwensboroInquir- er Tho most common oaue of insom McCALL'S MAGAZINE More subscribers than any othet fashion nia is disorders of tho stomach. magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lit. est styles, patterns dressmaking-- millinery, Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver plain sewing-- fancy needlework, hiiirdrcsslng, Tablets correct theso dlsordow and en etiquette, good stories, etc. Only CO cents a year (worth double), Including a tree pattern, aulo ypu to sleep. For sale by all bubicrlba today, or send for sample copy. ,. m druggists. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and nw cash prlso olTcrs. Address , McCALL PATTERNS Ce'ebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity an4 reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly every city and town In the United States and Canidi, or by mall direct. More told than any other make. Send for free catalogue. nn UIT CI Mr I Ufiir Notice tho thick robber trea ti "A" and puncture strips "lif mid "D," also rim strip "111 jponce or twice In a whole season. They weigh no more tlnn to prevnnt rim outtlni;. This puncture resisting qualities being given n ordinary tire, the tlr will outlast any other by seeral layers of thin, specially prepared fabric oa the muke-MIF- T, ELASTIC u4 price of these tires ItJS wperpair.butfor tread. The regular 13.1SV KIU1NO. 80 per pair. All order, shipped same day letter is received. We ship CO D.otf the rider of only f 4 approval. You do uot ray a cent until jou lia.c examined and foua-- tliem strictly as represented. We will hllow a cash 1U onnt d? 3 p- -r cent (thereby making (he price Sl.BS per pair) If voir You run no risk In, send VUI.Ii CASH AVITII OltUKlt and enclose this advertisement. sendltj in on grej n t1 tirM may be felufuid t OUK expense If forauywon they aro not satisfactory on examination, we are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as la at bank. If jou order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, wear better, last longer ami look finer thnn any tire ou ha e ever used or teen at any price. Wo know that jou will be so well pUatedtimt when want a bicycle j ou will give us our order. We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer. . you send pair don't buy anv kind at mjr-r-- rt TlOICt!1 Ilrdgethorn l'wiicture-l'roo- fany price until approval for a trial of WULS nlZE.LI a JfsSO tlres on and at special Introductory price quoted nboe, or rite for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which. the . describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the uuil prices. .NOT THINK Ol' I1DYINO ablcyeto but wntc us a petal today. ! or pair of ttres from anyone until the new VYill onlya costs a jw.tal to Icaia everj thing. jou know NOW. and wonderful . Write it offers we are making. It NAILS, Tacks or Glim will nut lot tho air out. Sixty thousanil pairs sold last jear. Over two bundreu thousand pairs now in use. DESCRIPTION! Made Inall sizes. It UlUely TTl and easy ridins, erydurableandlluedinsMewith a special quality o i ruoDer, which never becomes porous and which closes up small punctures without allowing the air to escape. We ha e hundreds of letters from - f ROUBLE FHGM PUNCTURES PFfHIIHii llBTlT M T J Mtalinirtiiitthefrtlrpthaconiv lr tn J. Hr-s- L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, 11 iti CHICAGO, ILL i li Judge O'RearVItinerary. TOE McC UX CO.. US lo US W. 57U SL. nEW YORK - Address all orders to h it i l ' - THE REPUBLICAN. tl- Draughon givtw contracts, backed by chain of $0 Colleges, $800,000.0 ppltal, and 19 years' succew, to secure position under reasonable con tlltions or refund tuition. Drauirhons eompetitors, by not acceptins his proposition, conoede that he teaches more T(l!lLfUAIVIVIujr II" Bookkeeping in. three months than they do in six. Draughon can you. 7S per cent of the United'States Court "Report-duUA U ws write the syeteni of Shorthand Draughon II feMfces, because they knewrit ie THE BEST." N For FPBE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?" hleh explain all. call oh or write JOHN F. pRAUGHON, President. ' Good Positions AAVirwnTVi v con-yinc- LouUvlllo, Ky Juno 0. Judgre O'Rear's second Itinerary for the days biglnnlug June 17, Is as follows: Saturday, June 17, Barbourvlllo Sunday, Juua 18, Loudon, .Monday, Juno 19, Williamsburg; Tuesday, Juno 20, So;uoraot; Wednesday, June 21, Montlcello; Thursday, June 22, Jamo3lQwn; Friday, JUitio 23, Columbia;" Saturday, Juno.2, Grensburg; Sunday,' Jui,ia23, CUjiTptoy vjl;, tn GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE jji iiiiiiiiiiMittts,i-Ai 1 ii m 1 a 1 it WffvlWHf'TTTTn,7,,T,WfrsfW'IW'T9 FourFifths of Your Store Patrons Were Won by AdvertisingAnd FourFifths of These Would Be Lost if You Stopped Advertising! arfsWtofB-! - Mf Proprietors - ilon-d"ajfj- un 2f,KJIi?i J , ; , e CHrtDTH Ail i Kn n n There Is mow Catarrh lrt this ot the country than all other dlsoasw put. togothcr, and until tin last fw years was supposed to be incurable. For a tft'at many years doctors pronouncod it a local disease and proscribed Jocal remedies, and by coflHutry teilUt to euro miltk local trMtmont, lvroHeusced it incurably. Sefeca Iwa kovoe oataprli to be a cotwUtittlotul dtacrmo and therefor seo-tlo- 8 LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK Horseshoeing1 la Specialty. Haitford, - Ky, DRHUGHOM'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, . BVAH8VILLB, ADUCAH, NAIHYILLE, ST. LOUW, WWNGFIWJ), MHMPHW. traATS Hall's Catarrh Cure, maautacturod by F. J. 3heny & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the oaly coatltutiol cure on (the uwrkot. u U take laternally In r44m cotUuUotwl treatment Newspaper advertising is a part of all worth-whil- e a part of it which patrons particularly value. For keeps them in touch with your your sales, the it arrival of new stocks, the showing of novelties, tho buying opportunities which your store must create for its friends. Tho advertising becomes tho link between the store and its clientele. They expect the store's advertising to SERVE THEM "not now and then." not partially; but ALWAYS, and fully! To curtail tho advertising in volume or frequesame impression on them as though you ncywould make smaller quarters and cut down your force of movod into clerks and workers. To INCREASE your advertising to make it more complete as "store News," as a "market letter," as a bulletin of bargains will have the effect,,, of enlisting a every day, and of winning wiew all lot of new of tho old onesi store-service store-event- s, ta stare-frien- ds rrWrWVt MSSSSMSSSfSSMSM f rwj-zwrTrr- VJfjPfr, 1P" "Tra i m y earth: "Laawiw! corns forth!" and to narrow, sMMi wiltlnd aoul two no tfc torial room. dark- - place in the j Hla mind must be broad nouh to ness: "Let there be UgbL'' t , aM the rights f humanity, ".Coma 'with nn into fee eawposlng and 1m mast Wa phllwwjilior, a judge room. i. "Come Iwre to thta Leok at '" eWrt, a ma.H, In all tlw olemenia tho Biultltud of little boxes fllljd which touch ttw tWasltudai of socl-nlt- h nd Poc!Hy tho highest perfec-The- y piece of metal. Wht are thoy? ' tlons should attain In hla comcivlllaers-th- ey are the ty- are pos. Look at them. They uw not munlty. y " dead but sleeping. Thore 1 a soul In . every one of them. Collectively they Why Don t yOU Use Both Hands? 'CL.-'- ' . are St. dictionary reduced to Ha lowest Can you use one hand exactly as 'i .They dull well as the other? look denomination. enough, but all tho glorious possl- Of course yon can't. Who can? .. bllltles that th numan heart can I But Jsnt R a duty you Q iQ your. N x. hopo for are In their ixxamrfon-y- ou f,x iMg w that ymT &ait have but to learn tiio sscna titer yoar JloIa worJd doogn.t have t0 v so closely keep. If you but know how 8t0p mov,njf ibocaU80 of a burn ,VJ to pick out and properly arrange a on 'J" In rlht foroflnz,r.aunv cut " variety Greater "Queen handful of those type, immortal fame tho paTm of u rIght hand(0r n,ay. wou.a oe yoU.. r.ie.x, ares ni be even a sprained wrist? now than later terhafas, lest he strains there than Homer eyef Bang; We speak in wondering admiration yet; thiore Is eloquence of tho ambldextlous person, who uses there ia keener wJt, more profound both hands iwikh equal facility. logic thoro Is more tfjarful pathos, S&11 styles, sizes Any yet this accomplishment Hoe In prayer than tonguo moro persuasive ot weryono! ever utterod or oar Hoard. Got It out, oa3y If you can. The typus are there and t A good deal of practice, a good doso tof patience and you aro master of are patient of delay. "Lot us go into the pressroom. Hera' J'oursellf and your work, no matter at now indis-i- a b611 Is where the imandrous transformation wliat " Dam, Ky. wrought; wltere matker becomes iwnsu, rI5nt hand ot yurs-thexponent ot the mind. Thai Yon use two hands over and ovre placod. The overy day for tasks really neoding are properly forms great press movo3 slowly; its arra3 only on&. reaching for their strong embrace, j Think ot tho men and women who A Novel Distillery. vacation, as fchafc Is all the fun you Stop the press! Tho giant rests havobutono hand to work with and again. There .la an error ot state- - who are yet Independent. There's a An exchange Says: "A distillery will got out f, it anyway. stenographer in tho East In Tennessee will be run on the ment to ibe corrected or an objection- 'Don't sSay at home, or you will grist mill plan. That is to say, pa- long for a change. The who can keep up with any two-hanable antlole to be withdrawn." types are taken out and borne away1 expert. There's a colored mammy trons can send their corn .to it and Don't ave up your money to lose It In the South who, with one arm off a Instead of meal, receive what lit makcorpses of a dead thought. at polcer' before you start 1j "Look now again at the mass ot th shoulder has supported herself and es In whisky, less the toll. It Don,'t fall have a goodly wad type-de- ad! you educatod four children, by taking In not known If the Internal rvenueof-flclal- s Inert as the ground propor- so that yen will not have to dewashing. And she wirings her cloth-shewill stand for such a tread upon! But see! Tho white ny yoursMf anything. tion but wa do know that the devil has fallen upon their upturned M oy nana Don't go to the city and .be hot up late at night swimmers an and his angles sit the touch of the press has bap-- j There are and crowded. andwo-lia- s to think out some new scheme to Intlzed them the life tliat was in tlwm'ball players and seamstresses Don't gj to the country and bo passed, upon paper aud tho niiw men who do all their qwn house- - duce people to use the Insidious leads eaten by mosquitoes and ibe choked to degradation and death." oreatlon Is pregnant with, thought a work, with dust. thing Hi tli a soul, for it that was a If such people can learn tho use Don't go to the mountains and bo Vacation Don'ts. sheet so black before a living pow- - of one hand through necessity, why Don't anticipate having a good time er now. A chanco liae passed over . can't you for convenience? Don't go to ttw seaside w,here you'll you can stand disappointunless It as marvelous as if in an instant , Most of ug a have to mix with the vulgar herd. thj ment. the unwrinkled faco of a boy should hand power glyen Don't pay any attention to thefio Don't go away from home, or you put on ttneiurrovsoi age, ine tiues ui rules. Adviee has spoiled many a In the business of the office, In will not ba comfortable. ex care, the Impress ot manhood's Don,'t fall to look forward to your vacation. the business of the home, you need perlenci6, thought and toll. Thut tlie every resource you have to reach sucpaper Is born and goes out Into the cess. Come on, and make that awkworld. rCo messenger can overtake It ward left hand do Its duty. Its utterance Is unalterable now. It may bo explained, but not wa9ad. The printed word can no more .be recalled than the departed spirit can be INCOKl'ORATHD wooed back to ifche body which It has c ase ball news. A good thi retreating aurgw of ' ivermoro and NoCrvek jvlli play at oe. flln tomorrow afternoon, e Is expected. TIm Hob Roy team gvo Bociver IDam a torriblo dcfnot last Saturday So Hie tuce of 1G to 10. Batteries lor Boaver Dare, A. rotors C; D. Tay- yt )2&s) SQT, ') HJKl L.. lor P. Bfttti.Tfcw toe Itob Itoy C. M. J-- Williams P; noy Wliame Um- pire C. Taylor. illnx-f- l - had a walk ovor game with Jloilonry Sunday afternoon whan .MoIIonry lost with a eooro of 27 to - 6. Batteries for Mellon ry, Wilson p; .Anderson c. For Taylor Mines T. B. Barraas c; L. Anient c;. Game played at Taylor Minus. Prof. C. B. Shawn, of Boda, Is one Thm mmly bakktm of the most onthuautstlo fane In thj MMfe from RoymfOratm county. Ho witneeaad the game nt Ormmm Hartford Saturday, and told us that he enjoyed our basoball column Im- NOALUM.MLIMEPfllSPflATE mensely. iHe iJd ho goes from his work In. the Hold every Friday mornPointed Paragraphs. ing to road the dope we handout Too most effective talkers say the Many tbattks, old man. Taylor 'ti Iv AbtelutelyBure pwkn of Tartar PWDER Quality rcx and widths E. P. BARNES & BRO Beaver Rob Roy will Butlor county, Saturday. On Saturday June 21 a double header will bo pulled off In this city. and Hartford will play Uvormore play Llvennore. Beaver Cam WH Both gamte will be played la Uie af ternoon. We mlssod our prediotlon, and glad of It too, about Island putting It on Hartford last Saturday. Tim il adlfeotnUle Stars, colored, jplayod the HayM team here Saturday .morning, and didn't do a thing but walk off with a tcotv of 10 to C, In .Javor of tho Stare. Sunday afternoon d the Coons played again and the timu tho Haytiana got landed oa and "worse than ovr, the seor ielng 23 to 3. Genus Morton porter at Taylor's Sarber shop, was at the ballgame Sunday afternoon and rooting for his 2iome team, whoa a foul ball struck him near the eye." Damage was beavy; no insurance. Cle.vo Her, who ake3 more Interest In baseball than any one fan In Hartford, and Is roognlBed as an umpire of ability, bos received a from Matt Foltr, snorting editor of the Lou'wvnlo Evening Poat,, points that had somo concerning been In diaputo by local fans. The letter says: aitee is how no pltoh--er- s box. instead a-- plate, 21 iuohes iy G Inches situated 00 fet from tho plate. In straight line running from tho plate to saaottd base, Is used. The pltchor slxdl ke?p one foot on iko plate mhlie delivering tho ball. Any nuuibor of plut.s may run up and down .the linoa In maklug a put out of a runnuc caught between the base. Any player may run for another but tho man vho ia taken out can not return to tho game. We know of soniu Selkws that are leeling ratlwr tough over the result same, Saturday of the Hartford-IsI.ut- d They bet ou tlin wiou. ponies. Al Barnott was hi fine trim for nnd If lio had pitching Saturday been glvon the bupor tliat the Island playvrs gave Uwk- pitcher Hartford would hare I'ud a walk over. Island roilly earned only four of the scores of tho game Saturday. The others iwin JiM.de on errors, which should liavu Kia avoided. Loo Stevens, of Duaver Dam, likes oar "dope und is gAtd to gst the latest tips rralvt orf tfw fuel. Seoms tliat It is about time for the to got up another Fats And same. Swikj clots to playing oftltt sec-onlet-fc- er Iv.-an- least play against Provo.in . o The last will and Iwsbamont te a dead giv awy. The most glaring faults of others oft rossmble oar own. Thor are mon who woulJ probably be wiser If they knew loss. Many a girl with the hammock !hab It has a moihor with the washtub habit. Tho rounds of love are qulcfoMt healed by another dart from Cupid's arrow. The more you .talk to a man about himself the more brains ihe will think you have. A young man may be in love with a glnl and still draw the line at marrying her family. It's difficult to believe tliat practice imakes perfect after listening to the ohap who practices on a cannot. A magazine poet refers to a baby In the house as a wellspring of pleasure. According to his theory trip lets would be a deluge. Chicago News Is one-hand- de I t et too-face- s one-hand- ed lon-so-n- I Children Cry CASTORI A ek FOR FLETCHER'S A. S.ofE. Tlie Hartford Magisterial District A. S. of E. will meet with the jUSt 13ft." local on Thursday June 29, What a mighty responsibility rests 1911 at 10 o'clock, a m. A full delewith the editor whose pulpltutter-anoe- s gation is urgd. reach such toondjrous 'DlSlths G. P. JONES, Ch'm'n. and .when once uttered are In eternal O. R. TfNSLEV, Sec. exlstance. How careful, how earnest, how loyal to the truth and how slow Notice to . Creditors. to angr and to unjust accusation. The editor must be a whole-souleCounty of the Ohio Creditors happy man, lie must love companionBank will please come forward and It is my ship, aye he must have companions settle ther Indebtedness. purpose and the desire Of everybody whose love and klndnots mellow the connected with the bank to have div- realties, tlie cold and practical, and idends declared to Ue depositors as to this eadho3eeks Joyous kind heart speedily as possible Tills oanmot bo ed friends and companions to aid him creditors of tho bank In keeping himself In line with the done unless will assist by meeting their obli- better things in life, ho muet also be an individuality, oompanionablo himgations. self, and It Is a combination ajldom 29tf A. B. PATE, Assignee. met In life's pathway. Yot all tbosa elements are a necessity and the more he possossos of them the nearer FOR FLETCHER'S will he aproach penfectlon as an editorial writer. A grouch, a cynic, a d, A oi air FOR YOUR sS sS AA& of t I OFFER CONSIDERATION l T printed ted. value well- - A SELECT LINE OF neat-appe- ar ing stationery as a means of getting and holding desirable business has been amply demonstraConsult us before going olsewlrere. Talcum Powder The best makes and all popular odors. Toilet Soaps That are refined in odor and do not roughen the skin. Perfumes and Toilet Water The beat makes of Violet and other popular odors. Children Cry )S CASTO Rl A A &fcl& Cigars, Imported and Key West The best known brands. Cheap Clubbing Rates. We have made an arrangement wltl tbe publishers of the Inland Farmer, of Louisvlllo, whereby wo are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one yoar for $1.50. The Inland Farmer is a weekly Journal and one of the best farm papers published In tbe United States. Our readers should take advantage of this offer. tf Tooth Brushes Jklnd. THEY WANT THE EARTH! c3 JE2 i The kind that retain their bristles. N f Mj I ft N. I . IX big gam.) is Echdulud for the When a man bsts aud loses his TVwrth of July, at ho Old Soldiers Ueunlon at Contoibawn. In tho foro-.no- monoy he attributes It to ill luck, but when ha wJim he thinks it due to his Hartford will play against In the afkirnoou CVjntot'towu smartness. wlll play Uj winning tam of tlie snornlng ecraj). The Editors Pulpit. Luto Taylor, a Wisconsin editor, at soore of the gamo f Island vs. The JIantford, Saturday afternoon was as a in Jting yeara ago of tho Stato Edl- toclal association, made an address ; follows: which has recently been unearthed 3 0 0 0 i IS and is goiug tho rounds of the vnesa . Island y. tMr. Taylor was an wdltor 17 Hartford and the wonderful rhetoric of ilds ad- lllorao ruus, II. KUig for Hartford. .Thir3 base hits, W. Wftlwland for drctfs is but the reflex of bis facile . pen. The following Is a part of the tliartford. Tiie gome at Hartford scheduled addru33: "The editor stands on tho widest "for lomonow afternoon U Hartford pulpit known to modern eooioty. tnhe Uam. rs. Beawr lawyv iu3 a inrraw sphere before JiloIIcnry .will play lahind at him; the senator and representative Sunday afbonnoon. Uhe walls hedge thulr voice; the Wo are iut baglnuhig to realUo minister has his parish walb about what potont factors Memorial day and his ohurch. lUwro is & pulpit that tbe Fourth of July liavo been in tho now has no limit It la tho press. It development of baseball. Is, literally tli voice of onj tliat by Capt.. Jim Wll orlua In tho milderito&i; for all across jGov. Gray, owned running the populous land, the dally patters aiamB, won tho twanty-nlnt- h uf the LatonLi JXirby, d.jfe4tlng spuak; and thre Is not a modern SUr Charter by four lengths, with civilization, a place of powor that Jtfessengor Boy two lengths further can compare "with this Rev. Talmage once said: in the clinking rbaefc. Tho track rocordfor tho I hear tho of one mile and a half .was low- of the printing pre g voice of thy Ard Almighty proclaimered by two Beoonds, Gov. Gray ing to all t$x? dead natioaa of the tbo distance Ja 2:30 0. d. 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A word to the wiso ia a whole language. - aaaaaam&2aamaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaW'mSmaWaaaaaaf - S i- - go-ta- THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS ' HARTFORD.' KY. 2-- kQoef".,rm'tm!niit mu orr CZ2E3!